LG announces Optimus LTE2 with 2GB of RAM, WiFi charger and IPS TruHD display


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