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Jan 08, 2013 07:06 AM EST
(PHOTO CREDIT: LGEPR) Photo of Optimus G device
The Optimus G device is critical for the Korean manufacturer.
While rival Samsung is popular in the US, LG's performance in the America has been far from remarkable
Thus, LG is betting on partnerships with Sprint and AT&T to optimize it's sales, and according to some reports it seems that Google's upcoming Nexus will be based on the Optimus G.
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LG's latest smartphone is said to be an LTE device that delivers a totally unique User Experience (UX) supported by innovative hardware performance, which, in return allows the device owners to "live without boundaries." But what kind of performance are they talking about?
First, it comes with the powerful quad-core Snapdragon S4 Pro processor, not to mention the industry's best technologies for enhanced viewing and longer battery life, all together in a super slim design along with innovative UX features. LG expects the Optimus G to deliver the experience one can't find on other smartphones in the market, but how true is that when you compare the Optimus G with other flagship models for competition?
Optimus G Groundbreaking & Unsurpassed?
According to the president and CEO of LG Electronics Mobile Communications Company, Dr. Jong-seok Park, "The Optimus G is a groundbreaking premium device not only in the history of LG but also in the smartphone industry. With the Optimus G, users will be able to experience unsurpassed UX features that will allow them to perform tasks that really enhance their daily lives."
For example, the QSlide Function displays few different screens at a time on a single display, showing not only part of the screen but the entire screen of both functions, allowing more production to the user, like completing more than one task simultaneously, i.e. to look for something on the web while texting a message.
And it doesn't end there. Using the Live Zooming feature one can enjoy an enhanced video-watching experience by zooming in up to five times while the video is being streamed, e.g. reliving your child's first play at school.
As for hardware specifications, one can count on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, a 4.7-inch WXGA display, 2GB RAM, a 13-megapixel camera at the back with a 1.3-megapixel shooter up front, a 2,100mAh battery, Bluetooth 4.0, Wi-Fi, and USB connectivity alongside DLNA and NFC support. How about showing off the LG Optimus G as your new gadget?