LG Optimus G officially unveiled

The LG Optimus G has officially been unveiled after quite a few weeks of speculation and rumour.

The so-called LG superphone will include some powerful components and clever new technology. At the heart of the phone is a brand-new quad-core Snapdragon S4 processor, an Adreno 320 GPU, 2 GB of RAM and a 2100 mAh battery. These specifications have allowed the phone to break down a number of benchmarks, besting any other phone on the market today in CPU, graphical, I/O and web performance.

The display is impressive as well, boasting a 4.7″ diagonal at 1280 x 768 and the use of ‘True HD’ (non-Pentile) technology. The phone is just 8.45 mm thick, thanks in part to unique ‘fully integrated touch technology’ that reduces the air gap between the display and the surface and requires a smaller bezel.

The Optimus G will launch with Android 4.0 on board and will no doubt be upgraded to Android 4.1 for another speed boost.

The LG Optimus G will be launching in South Korea next month and in Japan in October or November. In Japan the phone will launch with waterproofing and TV tuner functionality, but elsewhere in the world you’ll need to invest in some
phone accessories if you want something similar. The phone doesn’t yet have a worldwide launch date, but I’d put money on it coming it well in time for Christmas.

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