A new messaging mobile from the House of LG has cropped up online, as the Optimus range of Android kits continues to expand apace.
Uncovered by Daum.net and Juggly.cn and brought to our attention by Engadget, the LG Optimus Note rocks a slide-out physical keyboard for tapping out messages and a four-inch WVGA Nova display for the fun stuff.
It also rocks Android Gingerbread out of the box, a five-megapixel camera with LED flash for snaps and clips, plus a secondary VGA snapper for video calls. And to keep everything whipsmart, there’s a powerful dual core 1GHz processor packed into its 12.3mm thick frame.
It’s not yet clear if South Korea-based LG has any plans to bring the handset to us in Blighty or whether it’s intended solely for its domestic market.
The phone emerges days after LG revealed plans for a follow-up to the LG Optimus 3D. According to Dr Henry Noh, who was a key mover and shaker in the development of LG’s original 3D-capable smartphone, the second version will be a lighter and slimmer handset with the same stereoscopic media and gaming smarts at its predecessor.
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