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LG Optimus L7 L5 L3 L-Style Family Hands-On

LG Optimus L7 L5 L3 L-Style Family Hands-On

This week The L-Style core is detailed as having timeless fulfillment, perfection with details, genuine compassion, and esteemed value. Limitless, priceless, and having the ability to Bring Style to Life, that's what LG is aiming for here. Design with a modern square style, a seamless layout, a harmonized design contrast, floating mass technology, and a sensuous slim shape are each L-Style Elements that make these devices part of the L-Style family. The Optimus L3, L5, and L7 will be coming out this year to show off the L-Style line in its first wave.

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LG Optimus Vu Hands-On

LG Optimus Vu Hands-On

This week LG's Director of European Marketing Daniel Hernandez spoke of their brand new line of hero device including three pillars: speed, design, and display. The first and perhaps most important device they showed off in-hand that follows the design tenants they've laid out here is the LG Optimus Vu, a massive in-between device which is certainly too large to be a smartphone and too small to be a full-fledged tablet. Though it may seem at first to be a "me too" device after the Samsung Galaxy Note released months ago and touted as the ultimate Samsung device this week at MWC 2012, the LG Optimus Vu is a titan in and of itself.

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The LG Optimus 3D Max Hands-On

The LG Optimus 3D Max Hands-On

This week the folks at LG are coming in heavy with the many varieties of Android they'll be presenting the globe with throughout 2012, one of the more recognizable ones being the LG Optimus 3D Max. This device takes what LG delivered last year with the Optimus 3D and amps it up with a much brighter display and a bit more power under the hood - not to mention a slimmer device overall. One of the biggest complaints users had about the Optimus 3D originally was that it ended up being bulkier than they'd hoped - now we're seeing perhaps the Optimus 3D perfected - is it enough to convince us that glasses-free 3D is really a business we want to get into?

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LG Optimus 4X HD Hands-on

LG Optimus 4X HD Hands-on

This week the folks at LG have revealed and we've gotten our hands on the next generation of LG Optimus device, the LG Optimus 4X. This smartphone takes the first-in-class Optimus 2X dual-core processor and amps it up with the NVIDIA Tegra 3 quad-core SoC with 4-PLUS-1 technology. This device is the first to the European market with a true IPS HD display, has a lovely 4.7-inch display, and runs with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich right out of the box.

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LG Optimus 4X HD revealed and detailed with NVIDIA Tegra 3

LG Optimus 4X HD revealed and detailed with NVIDIA Tegra 3

This week LG Electronics have released information on their first NVIDIA Tegra 3 quad-core processor toting smartphone, the LG Optimus 4X HD. This device follows up on the world's first dual-core device, the LG Optimus 2X, and comes with everything from HD video playback to a high efficiency battery. This smartphone has a massive 4.7-inch display, 8.9mm thickness across the whole device, and a super-thin bezel around the screen - and of course, the NVIDIA Tegra 3 1.5GHz quad-core processor.

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LG Optimus 3D Cube revealed and detailed

LG Optimus 3D Cube revealed and detailed

The next generation of 3D smartphones has begun to drop here just one year after we first saw similar devices drop at Mobile World Congress 2011. It appears that LG will be the first big manufacturer to come back swinging with a new Optimus 3D, this time called the LG Optimus 3D Cube complete with 3D video editing. At the moment it appears that this device is only set to be released in Korea, but afterwards we can expect this handset to hit at least one carrier here in the United States - bet on it!

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LG Optimus L Series borrow PRADA style

LG Optimus L Series borrow PRADA style

LG can't stop announcing phones ahead of MWC 2012, and next up is the LG L Series, a trio of Android devices spanning price and spec points, and borrowing liberally from design language seen on the PRADA Phone 3.0. The LG Optimus L3, L5 and L7 mark the debut of the company's so-called L-Style design language, wrapping a choice of 3.2-, 4- or 4.3-inch touchscreens respectively.

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LG Optimus LTE Tag pushes NFC

LG Optimus LTE Tag pushes NFC

LG has announced another new smartphone ahead of Mobile World Congress, the LG Optimus LTE Tag, to go with the LG Optimus Vu revealed over the weekend. A 4.3-inch Android 2.3 Gingerbread smartphone with a bright, 650 nits IPS LCD display and 1.2GHz dual-core processor, as the name suggests the Optimus LTE Tag prioritizes both 4G LTE connectivity and Near-Field Communication (NFC) with various sticky NFC labels used to switch the handset between different modes.

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LG Optimus Vu official: Galaxy Note gets competition

LG Optimus Vu official: Galaxy Note gets competition

LG has officially revealed its new 5-inch LG Optimus Vu smartphone/tablet hybrid, challenging Samsung's Galaxy Note with a stylus-enabled 1.5GHz dual-core LTE handset. Teased earlier this month - and now revealed a week ahead of MWC 2012 and its official official debut - the Optimus Vu mimics a mini-iPad with its 4:3 aspect 1024 x 768 screen; like the iPad it uses an IPS panel, too, here with 650 nits brightness. At launch, the Optimus Vu will run Android 2.3 Gingerbread, but LG is promising Ice Cream Sandwich within three months of that.

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LG Optimus 3D 2 photo leaked, details included

LG Optimus 3D 2 photo leaked, details included

Leading up to Mobile World Congress 2012, we're seeing heaps of leaked images and details of devices in the mobile world, the latest being the LG Optimus 3D 2. This device is set to be the next generation 3D device from LG, the first being of course the LG Optimus 3D, and is set to trump the first edition with specifications that make it thinner, lighter, and as you can see - whiter. This device will also do away with capacitive buttons if our sources are correct, the front of the device relying on buttons from the operating system instead - but will it be Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich?

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