After LG’s plan to take over your living room by offering consumers a wide range of smart 3D TVs, here are some LG mobile devices introduced in CES; some LTE devices to be precise. First up is the LG Spectrum that boasts not only a 4G connectivity, it also comes with one of the best displays available – a 4.5” True HD IPS display with 329 pixels per inch; more than a retina display. It also displays images at 16:9 aspect ratio.
If you think that Super AMOLED is great, the True HD IPS display is even better thanks to the Real Stripe subpixel arrangement for a denser view that is 14x sharper than PenTile (used on Super AMOLED). It also boasts a more efficient battery consumption that uses significantly less energy compared to its competitors.
Other specs include Gingerbread Android OS, a 1.5GHz dual-core processor, 1GB of RAM, and 8MP camera with 1080p Full HD video record.
LG Mobile also introduced another LTE device, the LG Nitro HD that comes with a 4.5” Full HD touchscreen, 1.5GHz dual-core processor, and also runs on Google Android 2.3.
(Source: LG Mobile Facebook)