11/16/2010

LG Planning High Powered Android Phone

While Google are lining up the Nexus S to be the benchmark Gingerbread powered Android phone, we’re not expecting anything too outrageous on its specification sheet. LG however are looking to provide users with several boast-worthy features with their new Android handset.

LG are planning to release a new handset next year that features a dual-core processor, Nvidia’s Tegra 2 graphics chip, a front facing camera, an 8PM rear camera, a 4″ screen, 1080p video recording and it will apparently run a stock version of Android, sure to be popular with the purists. It’s clear that this device will be capable of taking on any current hardware on the market.

Other more standard features include microSD support, microUSB connectivity and a very decent 1500mAh battery. While phones such as the Nexus One and the HTC Desire have proven to be extremely popular Android handsets, the sheer power of this new LG model could make it a massive hit with Android users and event convert a few iPhone owners.

With solid details thin on the ground it remains to be seen whether this new LG handset can live up its potential but it certainly looks impressive on paper. A release is expected early next year which gives you plenty of time to recycle your old mobile phone for cash if you fancy picking up this monster of a phone.

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