Optimus G: LG And Qualcomm September 19 Event Invite Hints At Launch of Next-Gen Phone

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    Optimus G: LG And Qualcomm September 19 Event Invite Hints At Launch of Next-Gen Phone

     

    September 2012 is a crazy month as far as technology is concerned as there are numerous product launches by several tech titans. With Nokia, Motorola and Apple already done with their product launches on September 5 and September 12, LG is planning to host an event on the 19 in New York again.

    From the invites being sent out by the Korean tech giant, it is evident that LG and Qualcomm, the chipmaker are going to host the event on September 19.

    Though the Optimus series handset manufacturer has not revealed any details about what can be expected from the event, it hints that it will launch a smartphone. Moreover, as the manufacturer had been uploading teaser videos of its next flagship smartphone – Optimus G for quite sometime, it could be unveiled at the event.

    Also, as Qualcomm has confirmed that the Optimus G will be equipped with its second generation Snapdragon S4 Pro quad core processor and as the event will be hosted by LG and Qualcomm, it hints at the possibility of the Optimus G smartphone.

    According to the earlier leaks, Optimus G smartphone will sport a 4.7 inch IPS True HD display with 1280 x 780 pixel resolution, 2GB RAM, 13MP rear camera and quad core 1.5GHz Snapdragon S4 Pro processor with LTE connectivity. Futher, Optimus G is also speculated to run on Android 4.0.4 Ice Cream Sandwich topped by the Optimus UI 3.0, however no information has been revealed regarding the handset’s Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update.

    Further, Optimus G is also speculated to run on Android 4.0.4 Ice Cream Sandwich topped by the Optimus UI 3.0, however no information has been revealed regarding the handset’s Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update.

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