Forget now Samsung Galaxy III, world’s first smartphone offering 2GB RAM for optimal LTE connectivity, speed and stability, will be available in Korea starting this week, the company announced today.
The whopping 2GB DDR RAM enables potential users to conveniently multitask on their devices, while claiming to offer an experience similar to that seen in PCs or laptops. Its front panel is dominated by a 550-nit True HD IPS display spanning through 4.7 inches and proffering images in resolutions of 1280 x 720p. It is equipped with a 1.5GHz dual core Qualcomm chip that includes both the LTE modem and the Application Processor. Under the hood, there’s a beefy 2,150mAh battery, while the entire show is run by ICS.
The LG Optimus LTE II is embedded with an 8MP snapper on the back panel and a front-facing 1.3MP sensor for video conferencing. It features 16GB internal memory that can be extended via a slot for a microSD card of 32GB capacity. In terms of connectivity, this fresh entrant shows off Bluetooth 4.0, NFC, Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n, MHL, DLNA and USB 2.0 HS. Additionally, a wireless charging system tagging along with just the handset in question, will be sold separately. There’s a lot in store on the software front in the form of Face Unlock, Quick Memo and more.
The LG Optimus LTE 2 can be yours (if you’re in South Korea) for 935,000 won. That’s about $802 or €630, if you take today’s exchange rates into account.
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