Smartphone LG Optimus G2 will be presented at CES

9 Jan

 

 
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In the last week we learned that LG working on a new attractive high-end smartphone, which was designed as the successor of the popular model of the company Optimus G. Korean manufacturer is now posted video, which sees a mysterious device that will be announced at the exhibition CES 2,013. Several analysts expect it to be exactly the Optimus G2 and this is the first real indication that it will premiere a few days after the show in Las Vegas, forward techradar. 
 
 
 
 
O t company did not comment on its new smartphone, but according to the latest data on the Internet, it will be equipped with 5.5-inch display that supports a resolution of 1920×1080 pixels. It will operate with Android 4.1 OS and will offer customers a 13-megapixel camera located on the back. It is also expected from LG to its integrated with a powerful quad-core processor Qualcomm, who works at 2GHz, and 2 GB RAM.
 
Undoubtedly these are the features that will attract great interest among consumers and the company will face in direct competition with Galaxy Note of Samsung. Companies like HTC and Sony is also planning to launch their own devices with large displays, supporting Full HD resolution, which will further sharpen competition in the sector in 2013. O fitsialnata press conference LG to CES 2013 will be held on January 7 and there will learn more about new innovative products to the Korean giant.

From: www.digital.bg

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