LG Announces The LTE2 Handset; Sports 2GB Of Ram
By on May 6th, 2012

Samsung probably announced the best Android smartphone of 2012 – the Galaxy S III – a couple of days ago. Not to be outdone by Samsung, LG announced the Optimus LTE2 for its home market. The Optimus LTE2 sports a 4.5-inch IPS True HD 720p display which gives tough competition to the Super AMOLED HD screen found on the Galaxy S III.

Other features of the handset include a 2150mAh battery, induction charging, an 8MP camera, LTE network support, and the other usual bunch of features. The handset also looks extremely simila to the Galaxy S II.

The main highlight of the Optimus LTE2 is that it sports a whopping 2GB of RAM. Yep ! 2 Gigabyte of Random Access Memory! The LTE2 is also the first ever mobile device to pack in such a huge amount of RAM.

While 2GB of RAM on a mobile is definitely nice, its usefulness in real life scenarios is totally questionable. LG did not mention anything about which SoC it has used inside the LTE2, but it should hopefully be the Qualcomm’s S4 processor coupled with an Adreno 225 GPU.

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