The first mix of Quad Core and LTE: LG Optimus G
LG takes LTE devices to the next level with the first in the game to state a quad core processor powered LTE smartphone: the LG Optimus G. LG Optimus G is the latest tech in the industry right now in terms of processor and GPU and other parts.
LG is creating a name for itself in LTE world. Now LG is introducing the first quad core powered LTE device, in the name of LG Optimus G. Qualcomm once again came out with a processor that mixes well with LTE, and is now available to all future devices. The Snapdragon S4 Pro APQ8064 processor is clocked at 1.5 GHz, and is coupled with the Adreno320 GPU.
Keeping performance at maximum is an ample supply of RAM at 2 GB which may indicate that the new devices of the future will start using 2 GB of RAM as a standard if they are to follow LG’s lead.
• It comes with 13 megapixel camera at the back, with a much lower 1.3 megapixel camera at the front.
• Storage is 2 GB of RAM.
• The Optimus G also weighs 145 grams and measures 131.9 mm x 68.9 mm x 8.45 mm.
• 2,100mAh battery (similar to the Galaxy S3). It has 800 charge cycles compared to the standard 500 cycles.
• The interface is accessed through LG’s new G2 Touch Hybrid Display for touch-screen panel technology.
• it will be powered by the latest generation of Android OS. It runs the Ice Cream Sandwich version of Android.
Technically the Xiamoi Mi-Two was the first smartphone powered by a Qualcomm APQ8064 to be announced, but it’s not going to come out until October and probability is that it’s not going to be available outside of China.