Today LG officially announced the Optimus 2X, the world's first dual-core processors phone as it claims. The Optimus 2X will launch in Korea in January, and other Asian and European markets later in 2011.Specs:
LG SU660 Optimus 2X, also known as "star" has been recently spotted in a Korean videos comparing with Apple iPhone 4 and Samsung Galaxy S, and in another video showing off it's HDMI-out capabilities. The phone is expected to launch in Korea in next couple of months. The videos are available below.
One of the users of Android Forum recently posted some pictures of LG Star handset. Though none of the rumored device's spec were approved by that same user, but he did post some benchmark results of the device which looked quite impressive. For more photos follow the source link.
The new LG Android smartphone, possibly be powered by a dual-core NVidia Tegra 2 processor, has been spotted by Engadget. The device will also offer an 8MPix camera, 1080p HD video recording, and more. The device codenamed Star, but its likely won't de its official name. It could also be stocked with an Android 2.3 Gingerbread.
Samsung presented two new handsets for the general public, the Preston and Star. They're pretty similar to each other, with the Preston supporting HSDPA, while the Star features a larger 3" display (2.8" on Preston). Their other features include FM radio, 3.2Mpix camera, and Bluetooth. Wi-Fi is unfortunately lacking.