LG Electronics the South Korean company has officially launched the Optimus EX in South Korea. The LG Optimus EX is the successor of Optimus 2X. And as expect the Optimus EX will be Google Android powered operating system and SK Telecom would be the carrier in South Korea.
The Optimus EX would be powered with dual core 1.2 GHz nVIDIA Tegra 2 processor and consists of amazing 4 inches IPS Nova capacitive touchscreen display. Coming to IPS Nova it hasn’t got that start as Samsung’s Super AMOLED screen has got. The brightness provides by it would be 700 nits which is equivalent to 700 candles and that would work better in high and low light conditions. Added to hardware specifications is 1 GB of RAM and 8 GB of onboard memory.
The Optimus EX would run on Android 2.3 operating system powered by Google and the device would be able to support Wi-Fi, DLNA for sharing rich media with DLNA enabled devices, Bluetooth and HDMI out port. A capable and good enough 5 mega pixel camera present on the rear side can record HD videos at 720p and front facing VGA camera can be used for video calls. The memory on phone can be added to include extra storage using the 32 GB of add-on card using the microSD card slot provided in the mobile. The handset is 9.65 mm thick and weights 127 grams.
The Optimus EX has been confirmed in Korea until now and there is no information of its worldwide launch. Once we hear more about the device you would be the first to know.