In yet more news regarding LG Electronics, the Korean gadget maker has followed the unveiling of its snazzy L-Style smartphones by providing a glimpse at its potentially jaw-dropping Optimus 4X HD handset.
Expected to arrive as LG’s flagship Optimus device, the 4X HD comes with a spacious 4.7-inch touchscreen (1280x720), a skinny physical profile of 8.9mm, and version 4.0 of Google Android (Ice Cream Sandwich).
Looking beyond the phone’s solid 1GB of RAM and 16GBs of data storage, it’s the scorching-hot 1.5GHz quad-core Tegra 3 processing technology powering the device that’s likely to attract the most consumer attention—and rightly so.
Other contributing aspects packed within the candy-bar chassis include a rear-facing 8.0 mega-pixel camera, a front-facing 1.3 mega-pixel camera for video chats, support for DLNA, and a 2,150mAh rechargeable battery.
No word yet on pricing or release dates, but we’re sure to learn more about the Optimus 4X HD during next week’s Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona, which opens its doors on February 27.