LG presents what could very well be considered a great Galaxy S III competitor, the LG Optimus LTE2.
Before the Galaxy S III was presented, all we could talk about were the specs that the iPhone 5 might have and then when Samsung actually presented the Galaxy S III that was the smartphone that had our attention or at least until now since LG didn’t want to be left behind and also presented their own smartphone, the LG Optimus LTE2. This smartphone from LG is the first of its kind since under the hood it carries 2GB of RAM.
LG didn’t say much about their smartphone with 2 GB of RAM but they that it also features LG’s own “True HD IPS” display (unknown size, though), as well as a 2,150 mAh battery with 40% longer life compared to the first-edition Optimus LTE., Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, and support for wireless charging via a separate dock. Looks like LG has gone where Samsung, HTC and Apple have not dared to and time will tell how bad they want to be better than LG.
We are still going to have to wait to see what kind of processor this great smartphone will have but I guess the only thing we can do right now is see what the rumors have to say and so far they said that the LG Optimus LTE2 will have either a dual-core Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 chipset or a quad-core NVIDIA Tegra 3 proc. Even though there is no official display size, rumors say that it is going to feature a 4.7 Inch or greater but if the screen features full RGB matrix, that is going to give Sammsung a heart attack.
It would be great if the price for the 2GB of RAM smartphone to be just a tad cheaper than the Galaxy S III at launch since that would be something that would definitely help with the sales. Great specs and a great price.