The Optimus Pro is now official, along with the new Optimus Net, which look to replace the LG Optimus One.
The two mid-range android devices run on android 2.3.3 Gingerbread and also contain the Qualcomm’s new MSM7227T chipset, with an 800MHz processor, onboard graphics, and 256MB RAM.
Both phones have a 3.15MP camera onboard, and the same connectivity options – 3G HSDPA (3.6Mbps), Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n and hotspot, and Bluetooth v3.0. Built-in storage is 150MB, with microSD expansion up to 32GB (a 2GB microSD card comes bundled).
The two devices also come with a document viewer installed. The only real difference between two devices is that the Optimus Pro has a QWERTY keypad and a 2.8-inch (240×320) display, while the Optimus Net is an all-touch phone with a 3.2-inch (320×480) screen.