LG, Optimus LTE2, 2GB RAM Smartphone

Not content to let Samsung Galaxy S III hog the spotlight, Samsung’s Korean rival LG has just announced the Optimus LTE2.

The phone will feature a mind-blowing 2GB RAM, a new high for a smartphone. Additionally, the LTE2 will feature the company’s “True HD IPS” display, WPC wireless charging capabilities, Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, and a 2,150mAh battery that LG claims will cause a “40% increase in battery life.”

There’s no word yet on which processor the LTE2 will use, but it’s likely going to be a quad-core processor to back up the high 2GB of RAM.

The LTE2 is due to land in Korea sometime in mid-May. No additional countries or pricing has been announced at this time, but it’s safe to say this would be another great phone to add to your Android smartphone collection.

LG News Room Korea (Translated)
Photo: LG on Flickr

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