With LG, Life is certainly good. And in the mobile sector, it was proved with the release of LG Optimus Q which was received pretty well by the masses. Riding on that wave, LG shall now further strengthen its position and credibility as a mobile-device brand with the LG Optimus Q2, the successor to Optimus Q smart phone. Compared to the latter, the former is more thinner and lighter and even more efficient too.
The LG Optimus Q2 runs on the Android Gingerbread OS (V2.3) powered by a NVIDIA Tegra dual-core processor with a speed of 1.2 GHz.
Having 1GB RAM as its primary asset, the smart phone features a 4-inch IPS screen of 480×800 pixels to provide a colorful and rich display. The QWERTY keypad includes smooth and curved keys for better typing and is the among the best Option for users who want a slide-phone. Coming to the multimedia front, the LG Optimus Q2 has an upper hand with functions like Document Viewer, Wi-Fi, GPS navigation system with A-GPS support, Bluetooth 3.0, HDMI port and 3G.
The phone sports an excellent 5 MP rear camera with LED flash, capable of recording HD videos with a resolution of 1080 pixels. And yeah! It also supports video-calling, thanks to its VGA camera at the front.
One notable feature of this smart phone is that it comes with the Wi-Fi direct technology, enabling the phone to transfer a file 22 times faster than using Bluetooth, to other devices supporting the same facility. Its Li-Ion 1500 mAh battery provides enough standby time/talk time to last long.
LG is playing the smart game by not disclosing more details about the LG Optimus Q2 regarding its pricing and availability, with its official website also hosting no information about the same. However, it is expected to be released soon. So, the wait is ON.