LG Electronics announces company’s first quad-core phone Optimus 4X HD

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If 3D phones is not your thing don’t worry LG Electronics has something even better for you, their first Quad-core smartphone powered by Nvidia 4-plus-1 Tegra 3 chipset is here (we will explain in a detailed article what 4+1 tech by Nvidia means).

This morning LG introduced to the world — Optimus 4X HD, a trully powerhouse for the South Korean vendor not only because it is powered by Nvidia’s 1.5GHz quad-core Tegra 3 processor, but because features a True HD IPS 4.65″ touch screen with (1280 x 720p resolution) display, 1GB of RAM, 16GB built-in memory storage, a high-class 8-megapixels camera with Autofocus LED Flash in the back; 1.3-megapixels in front and a 2150mAh battery capacity to compensate on juice-hungry Tegra 3 CPU & True HD IPS display.

Furthermore Optimus 4X HD runs Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich OS, has WiFi, Bluetooth connectivity, a HDMI port, USB port, MHL, DLNA and more.

Pricing details and the release date were not revealed. The phone will feature at Mobile World Congress as the next flagship handset by LG Mobile and we will be there to report.

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