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What to expect from the LG Optimus LTE

Although it's far from the biggest phone announcement in the past couple of weeks, LG's latest offering in the Optimus series seems to be turning a few heads. Read on to find out why we, and thousands of others, are starting to get excited about the LG Optimus LTE.

LG have been somewhat quiet of late in the mobile industry, and have managed to fly relatively low under the radar. Until now that is. The LG Optimus LTE seems to be a device which might/will surprise a fair number of people. One of the big talking points on the Optimus LTE is the screen on offer, with a sizable 4.5″ HD display (1280×720) on offer, and from what we’ve seen, it looks extremely impressive.

Under the chassis, the LTE will be powered by a 1.5GHz dual-core processor and have 1GB of RAM. An 8-megapixel rear facing camera with LED flash is also present. There will be 4GB of built-in storage, as well as a microSD slot for 16GB more. The LG Optimus LTE also boasts HDMI, DLNA and Wi-Fi connectivity, and will be running Android 2.3 Gingerbread. Whenever we see a phone with specifications at the level that the LG Optimus LTE can offer, we start to worry about the battery life. However, a sizable 1830mAh battery is on board, which should be good enough to keep the phone ticking over nicely.

At the moment, the LG Optimus LTE is set to only be making its way to Korea in the near future, but with enough support we’re sure we’ll see the Optimus LTE hit our shelves soon enough.

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