LG has reminded us that there are alternatives to Apple-branded blowers by unveiling the Optimus LTE which sports a blistering spec sheet that includes a 4.5in 1280x720 display at an iPhone retina display-rivaling 326ppi – perfect for those who think that size does matter.
Powered by a beastly 1.5GHz dual-core processor and boasting 1GB of RAM, the device should run Android 2.3 Gingerbread like a champ. Snaps taken with it’s 8MP camera should barely make a dent in the built in 20GB of storage and a large 1830mAh battery will hopefully keep things ticking along until bed time.
The only disappointment in the list is its initial South Korean release, so fingers crossed that this beast decides to take a permanent holiday on our shores sometime in the near future.
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