Europe And Asia Prepare For LG Optimus True HD LTE
LG Electronics announced through a Press Release that they are going to release their LG Optimus True HD LTE across Asia and Europe in accordance to their plan of expanding their LTE smartphones. According to LG’s official press release, LG Optimus True HD LTE will be launched on some regions across Asia (Hong Kong and Singapore) and Europe (Germany, Portugal, and Sweden). The aforementioned company is now investing with their LTE flagship smartphone across these countries even with the recent releases of their other competitive mobile industries like HTC and Samsung, not to mentioned Apple.
As of writing this, LG Optimus True HD is already being sold in Korea (where it was first introduced and launched), Japan, Canada and the US. And now it is setting its foot across Europe and Asia – but selective. Well, I guess the only buying-factor of this LG Optimus True HD LTE smartphone beside of its recognizable high definition (HD) multimedia capabilities from a 4.5 inches touchscreen display with 1280 x 720 pixels True HD IPS is it’s an LTE (long-term-evolution) device. The 1.5GHz dual-processor and 8MP rear-facing camera are somehow now common to almost all mid-range Android smartphone nowadays. Another is that this smartphone is still using Android Gingerbread but as promised it’s included in the list of smartphones that should received the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich operating system update.
But to maximize the full potential of this LG Optimus True HD LTE, of course you have to ensure that your country supports LTE devices and connection. Otherwise, it’s just another Android smartphone.
LG Press Release