This week it appears that one lucky fellow has found his way into the LG repository of unrevealed products with a touchy-feely look at each and every one of the Mobile World Congress 2012 devices. You’re about to get a glimpse of no less than the LG Optimus LTE, the LG Optimus L7, LG Optimus 4X HD, LG Optimus 3D Max, LG Optimus L3, and of course the LG Optimus Vu, each of them captured by Telefonino. Each of these devices have been announced previous to this event, but this is basically the first time we’ve seen each of them “in the wild” as it were.
Very briefly let’s go through and see a fun new point or two on each of these devices before we see them in person next week in Spain, starting with the LG Optimus L7. With the LG Optimus L7, you’ll see the line’s newly minted NFC capabilities in full working order – also the three-button nature of the device, with one physical button in the middle and two haptic buttons on either side lighting up.
Next with the LG Optimus L3 you’ll notice that LG is coming forward with some smaller devices as well as large, this device still working with Android 2.3.6 Gingerbread out of the box as well while many models will be starting with Ice Cream Sandwich.
Next we’ll have a look at a video the Telefonino folks have taken of the LG Optimus LTE aka LTE Tag just so you can see the absolutely absurd pull-up antenna that happens to exist on this international model.
With the LG Optimus 4X complete with NVIDIA Tegra 3 you’ll get a glimpse of the Ice Cream Sandwich-related user interface customizability that LG has presented with their own custom UI skin.
The LG Optimus 3D Max aka 3D Cube is very very similar to its predecessor, the LG Optimus 3D, save for a few modifications to the innards and a thinned-down profile – seen here.
Finally for the LG Optimus Vu we see our first look at it sitting next to its biggest competitor the Samsung Galaxy Note – let the fight begin! We’ll be seeing this whole collection for ourselves at the start of next week in Barcelona at Mobile World Congress 2012 – stick with us here on SlashGear for total coverage!