LG LU2300: LG’s Android Based Smartphone is Announced with Details of Specs

It is official! LG have announced that their latest smartphone, the LG LU2300 will run on Google Android OS. The new Android enabled LG smartphone will include Android 2.1 and 1GHZ Snapdragon processor.

With all LG phones we know that style plays an important role in the phone’s fixtures and fitting, so with a 3.5 inch AMOLED capacitive touchscreen display you will definitely get an eyeful of what is going on onscreen. However, judging by the photos below I think they could have done a better job on the QWERTY keyboard, which doesn’t offer the same slick appeal.

That aside the phone will come packed with A-GPS and a five megapixel camera, similar to some of the other Android based smartphones on the market.

However, one of the interesting features which LG have talked about for this phone is the possibility of augmented reality application so we’ll keep you posted on details regarding this.

The LG LU2300 is expected to go on sale hopefully at the end of this month in Korea but there are no details as of yet on when it will hit the US and European waters.

What do you think of the LG LU2300? Leave us a comment and let us know what you think….

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One Response to “LG LU2300: LG’s Android Based Smartphone is Announced with Details of Specs”

  1. yoehanee says:

    There have been no official news about LU2300 in Korea, but sadly, I heard the first one in UK’s website.
    News that Android 2.1 was adopted is really exciting! I hopefully it will go on sale within this month, and I’ll get it!


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