Other features include a 1,920 x 1,080 pixel resolution, a 5,000,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio, 250 nits of brightness level, an HDMI port and a 178-degree viewing angle. Both will be launched in November and December. No info on pricing just yet however.
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If you want to get that $29.99 price, obviously you’ll need to sign up for a new two-year contract with a qualifying data plan, and then wait patiently for a $50 mail-in rebate. The phone goes on sale Wednesday, November 3 and comes in black or burgundy colors. I’m not digging the burgundy myself.
For now, it’s for Korea only. And anyway, who has the room for this monster? The Infinia 72LEX9 will go on sale there in the second quarter of next year.
LG has introduced its canU XOXO T1200 touchscreen mobile phone in Korea. It sports a 3.8-inch HXGA 1024×480 display, a 5 Megapixel camera with 720p HD video recording, built-in DMB tuner, GPS support and WiFi connectivity.
The canU XOXO T1200 measures 118 x 54 x 13.9mm and weighs 139g. It comes in black, white, silver and purple. Women everywhere will want to hold it up proudly and show off that UI if the pic above is any indication.
LG‘s Optimus 7 handset has had its official press shots released unto the world. Or should we say leaked? The Windows Phone 7 device will apparently be capable of writing your text messages, emails and status updates just by hearing you speak.
It has a 3.8-inch, 800 x 480 screen, a 1500 mAh battery, 16GB of built-in storage and a 1GHz processor. Word is that there is also an “automatic panorama” feature where you pan the camera to take stills and stitch them together.
We have heard that Android 2.2 isn’t well suited for tablet devices and apparently LG feels the same way as we now hear that an unnamed LG official has claimed that the company will not be producing an Android 2.2 tablet.
They want the best version of Android for their tablet and apparently that isn’t Froyo. It matches what we’ve heard about Motorola planning to release its Android-powered tablet with Android 3.0 as well. When LG does release their tablets, they will perform better for having waited.
LG has announced a new notebook computer that has 1080p resolution and support 3D content called the A510. The new notebook is a 15.6-inch machine and its 3D screen uses passive glasses and is LED backlit. Power for the notebook comes from a range of processor options.
The options for CPUs include Core i5 840QM and 740GM, Core i5 580M, 560M, and 460M, as well as Core i3 380M and 370M processors. The notebook runs Windows 7 and comes with a normal pair of passive 3D glasses and a clip on set for those who wear glasses.
LG has seen fit to offer us some additional details on its Optimus One and Optimus Chic Android-powered phones. Both devices are similar when it comes to specifications and offer a 3.2-inch 600MHz processor, Wi-Fi b/g, A-GPS, Bluetooth 2.1, dual-band WCDMA radio, quad-band GSM, and will be powered by Android 2.2.
The Optimus One features a 3.2-megapixel autofocus camera with LED flash and a 1500mAh battery. The Optimus Chic has a 5-megapixel camera with a 1250mAh battery. Both should be available in Europe around November, though we have no info on pricing yet.
LG is just as happy as it can be today with the announcement that it will be bringing new smartphones to the market in Q4 packing the first dual-core processor for smartphones. That processor is the NVIDIA Tegra 2.
LG is harping on the fact that Tegra 2 in its smartphones will be the world’s first dual-core CPU in a mobile device. That dual core CPU will offer two times the speed for web surfing and five times the gaming performance of current processors.
Some features include Full HD (1920 x 1080) resolution and a contrast ratio that allows it to be viewed from nearly any angle. If you like them thin, then it is money well spent. Everything else in your home will look huge in comparison.
The LG Optimus One is also known as the P500 and we do know that Android 2.2 Froyo comes bundled with it, along with 3G, Wi-Fi and a 3-megapixel camera with no flash.
We’ve already heard some talk about LG’s upcoming Optimus tablet, and now we are getting our first look. What you see above is apparently a slide shown during LG’s pre-IFA Dealer Days event.
Looks like the Android-based tablet is called the “Optimus Pad,” sinces “pads” are cool. And it apparently boasts “superior performance” while being “thinner and lighter than many competitors’ tablets.” And that’s about all we know for now. Let’s hope more info trickles out soon. The suspense is killing us.
This is no Galaxy S killer, so no worries. There’s no info on pricing or availability right now, but hopefully they move on this fast since Android 3.0 will be arriving soon enough.
LG is set to unveil the LEX8 Nano tech-powered 3D TV at IFA 2010. The display uses NANO Lighting Technology, which produces LG’s brightest, clearest and smoothest picture to date. The LG LEX8 also boasts an improved localized dimming in both 2D and 3D with Micro Pixel Control.
This DLNA-ready 3D TV also has LG’s TruMotion 400Hz for super-fast processing of moving images making the picture virtually blur-free.
The LG C900 will be available later this year, complete with a four-row keyboard for easier text messaging and emailing while on the go. There’s also a simplified two-button capacitive layout below the screen along with a chrome Windows key for Microsoft’s Windows Phone 7.
We don’t know when AT&T will unveil the LG C900 or how much it will cost, but we expect it this holiday season.