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More LG Optimus Series Announces for Android


Posted on July 6th, by Kim Poh Liaw in archive, featured. 2 comments

LG today has unveiled its new addition to its LG Optimus series, powered by latest Android 2.2 Froyo and are two of the 10 upcoming new smartphones that will be introduced in the second half of this year. For the Optimus series, LG Optimus One and Optimus Chic will be the first 2 Android smartphones. No detail specifications are available but both of them features full touch screen.

“The LG Optimus Series is aimed at challenging the notion that one device can meet the needs of many,” said Dr. Skott Ahn, President and CEO of LG Electronics Mobile Communications Company. “At LG, we believe in providing people with many different choices because our customers are not all alike. We want to provide devices that suit all needs and simplify people’s lives.”

LG Optimus One with Google offers the latest in Google mobile features and connects seamlessly to the world. Its ability to connect effortlessly to Google’s Android Market™ delivers an unfiltered and genuine smartphone user experience. Also, a convenient user interface and diverse multimedia options ensure a mobile environment that makes this device one of the easiest to use on the market.

The LG Optimus Chic caters to fashion aficionados with its tasteful design incorporating soft and smooth lines. The handset’s sleek curves set a new standard for smartphone design, challenging the perception that advanced Android devices need to appeal to a hardcore tech crowd to gain widespread acceptance.

Other than the Optimus One, Chic and the first LG Optimus GT450, LG is expected to released another LG Optimus Z SU950 by end of this year. The Optimus Z will be the fastest among the Optimus series with a OMAP3630 processor and 3.8-inch full touch screen.

[via Engadget / Android Community]





  • samera

    Looks really stunning!, similar to some Samsung models. And these days everybody seems to follow Apple and their standards. But the screen brightness of the
    latest LG phones looks a bit pale and I wonder what might be the actual color depth 16M or less. Anyway thanks for the info

  • http://latestphonesbuzz.blogspot.com/ samera

    Looks really stunning!, similar to some Samsung models. And these days everybody seems to follow Apple and their standards. But the screen brightness of the LG phone looks a bit pale and I wonder what might be the actual color depth 16M or less. Anyway thanks for the info