White LG Optimus LTE2 Launched Too
The successor of the LG Optimus LTE is available in Korea for almost 10 days, and during this period the manufacturer has managed to sell 150,000 units. Now the company launches the white version of the phone, which has been leaked earlier.
The LG Optimus LTE was one of the most successful handsets of the Korean manufacturer, and when a few weeks ago its follow-up was introduced, everyone was predicting this one will sell well, too. Moreover, the LG Optimus LTE2 was announced as the first smartphone to sport 2GB RAM, and though many geeks don’t know what a smartphone can do with it, this feature can become the main selling point of the device. With 2GB capacity you’ll never run out of memory when launching several “heavy” apps at the same time, but all current apps are designed to work with lower RAMs, and seems this feature was added to the phone as an experimental hardware. Otherwise, I can’t explain why Samsung decided to launch the 2GB RAM version of the Galaxy S3 in Canada as well.
On the whole, LG is currently in a quite pleasant situation as it is selling almost 410,000 devices per month; moreover, 330,000 of them are LTE capable. This is the best indicator for those handsets, and LG is very happy that it is on the first position from the first attempt.
As for the phone, it is packed with a 4.7-inch True HD IPS touchscreen, a 1.5 GHz dual-core Qualcomm S4 processor, full 1080p video recording capability thanks to an 8MP camera, a frontal 1.3MP camera, Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, Dolby mobile sound, Optimus 3.0 UI and many others.
Though the phone is available only in South Korea, there is no doubt the rest of the world will be getting its own units in the nearest future.