LG announces two new Android smartphones
18 July 2011 by Olav Hellesø-Knutsen
LG Electronics has announced two new smartphones running on Android 2.3 Gingerbread. Both the LG Optimus Pro with full QWERTY keyboard and the Optimus Net are mid-range models
Last week, LG announced two new Android smartphones for the masses. Both models has a 800 MHz processor and they are running version 2.3 Gingerbred which is the latest version of Android operating system.
LG Optimus Pro has a 2.6 inch display and a full QWERTY keyboard below. In addition to the usual Android keys and the QWERTY keyboard, it also has dedicated keys for email and scheduler. Most manufacures now use the Pro name on models for QWERTY and business models and so does LG.
The Optimus Net will have some features available to specific markets. Some carriers will offer the Optimus Net with Near Field Communication (NFC) for mobile payments while North American carriers will include a QWERTY keyboard. Brazil, China, Asia and the CIS region will have a model that's dual-SIM compatible.
Both phone models will be for sale this summer.
LG Optimus Pro highlights
LG Optimus Net hightlights
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Why 240*320 they should retire that display resolution itís so 90's
even sony ericsson doesnít have this resolution in their 2011 android line up
[ This Message was edited by: korbindallis on 2011-07-29 14:40 ]