Beware Samsung, HTC, Apple and the remaining competition in vast numbers because LG is bringing out their trump card that is guaranteed to flatten the existing competition. It is confirmed that LG is not going to be using the Optimus branding name and has named their flagship smart phone as the LG G2. The LG G2 is the first smart phone from LG’s G series and lesser smart phones carrying slightly less specifications and price tags will be introduced later in the year.
The highlight of the LG G2 is that this smart phone is incorporated with the latest Snapdragon processor: the Snapdragon 800 and clocked in at 2.26 GHz, and we are all well aware of the notoriety of these processors due to their sheer speed. That’s not even the best part. It will feature a quad core processor. You want something that will bring the most ruthless applications to heel; the LG G2 is made specifically for you then.
The LG G2 smart phone will have a 5.2 inch screen and will boast a display resolution of 1080 pixels ( 1920 x 1080 pixels ). Having other components besides a processor is definitely an advantage to allow the user to experience a fluid feel of the smart phone. Sufficient amount of money will also augment the phone’s browsing and functioning capabilities. You don’t want to be left high and dry while your apps eat up the larger chunk of your memory, resulting in the most dismantled browsing experience ever.
This is why the LG G2 comes equipped with 3 GB of memory RAM so that it can act as a deterrent for those extremely taxing applications. Moving on to the camera, the LG G2 will be armed with a rear 13 – mega pixel camera with added features such as optical image stabilization. As the competition gets stiffer every day, and the companies manufacturing their respective brands of smart phones become volatile with each passing day due to this competition, having an ace up one’s sleeves and taking the remaining threat by surprise is probably the only fail safe counter attack left for these companies to execute. Who will release the bigger, badder and faster smart phone? Only time will tell.