LG Optimus Flagship to be an Android Beast; 4-inch Screen Size, Tegra 2 Processing and More

November 16, 2010, By Atul Roach

LG is also looking to stamp its authority on the ever-growing smartphone market and though most of its smartphones have been ‘just decent’, the Optimus flagship hopefully arriving in 2011 is the big beast which could change the way we look at LG as a cellphone manufacturer. The first impressions are definitely intriguing as it is being dubbed as a dual-core super phone. This categorization happens courtesy of a NVIDIA Tegra 2 information, making it the first handset of its kind in this realm.

Talk about more goodies and the Optimus Flagship will be blessed with an 8MP camera (we hope that it will be assisted with a flash unlike the Samsung Galaxy S), while the beast’s 1080p video-recording capability will make things even better.

There is a also a front facing camera, which pretty much has become the norm for high end smartphones as manufacturers look to market the video chatting/calling feature. This product currently codenamed Star will be sporting a totally unaltered version of the Android OS. LG is making the big bang in early 2011 and we promise to keep you updated about the Star as and when there will be something more to talk about it.

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