LG Mobile doesn’t seem to be bothered by the fact that yesterday Samsung announced the GALAXY SIII and so the South Korean vendor announced a new handset which is apparently is a follow-up of Optimus LTE (Nitro HD, Spectrum etc).
LG Optimus LTE2 has been announced to head to Korean market this mid-May with an IPS TruHD touchscreen display that should measure over 4-inch according to these images (LG didn’t mention anything in the press release about its display). The phone has 2GB of RAM which is a premier in the mobile industry, comes with a new energy-efficient technology which saves the consumption for up to 40 percentage.
Additionally Optimus LTE2 runs Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and it comes with a wireless method of charging the 2.150 mAh battery (see picture above). The handset will be carried by 5 Korean carriers offering LTE connectivity. We are expecting this device to launch globally shortly after it will be released on its domestic market.
source LGNewsroom [KR] via AndroidCommunity