LG has unveiled a new high-end smartphone teaming the most powerful processor yet seen on an LG mobile phone with projector functionality.
Dubbed the eXpo, the handset is the first LG handset to feature a Snapdragon 1GHz processor to enable users to access multiple apps simultaneously.
The eXpo also stands out for a pico projector attachment manufactured by Texas Instruments but featuring LG branding which transmits images up to eight feet.
Other key features of the Windows Mobile 6.5 handset include a 3.2-inch touchscreen, expandable memory, a five megapixel camera and finger-print recognition.
US consumers will be able to buy the eXpo from December 7th on the AT&T network, however a UK release for the phone has yet to be unconfirmed.
The Mobile Projector, sold separately, will hit stores soon afterwards priced at $180 or
Next year will see the release of LG’s debut on Google’s Android platform in the form the GW620.
Expected to hit stores during the first quarter of 2010, the GW620 features the latest 2.0 edition of the Android mobile phone operating system, a QWERTY keyboard and a five megapixel camera.