Friday, July 22, 2011

Seven New Cell Phone LG 2011 - LG K, K2 LG Prada, LG Fantasy, Victor LG, LG Gelato, Univa LG, Motorola E2

There is a leak seabreg LG phones that will be launched next year is likely to be marketed before 2011 is over. Most use Android, but there is also a Windows-based mobile Phone Mango.



LG K

Let's start with the most attractive phone in the list and unfortunately, the only one without a screenshot - LG K (codename only possibility). This phone may be under the droid models P930 and display screen 4.5-inch 720p - with a density of 326 ppi screen, same as in the retina display iPhone 4.

LG Prada K2

LG is also working on a new fashion phones - Prada K2 which has a specification of dual-core processor running on Android Gingerbread NOVA with 4.3-inch screen with a thickness of only 8.8mm. There is also support 21Mbps HSDPA, 1.3MP camera and video calls 16GB of internal storage.

LG Fantasy


Fantasy is the first smartphone from LG based on Windows 7 Phone Mango. No info about the specs, but you can be sure they will meet the stringent requirements of the hardware and WP7 will not berspesifikasi low.

LG Victor


LG Victor is an hp Android running on Gingerbread with 3.8-inch WVGA OLED touchscreen, 1GHz single-core processor, rear 5-megapixel camera and VGA front camera, support for Wireless N with DLNA and Wi-Fi Direct.

LG Gelato


This is the Android phones with NFC and 800MHz processor, 3.2-inch screen and 3 megapixel camera HVGA. Gelato seems to be marketed soon.

LG Univa


LG Univa is also known as Optimus Two features a 800MHz processor, 3.5 inch HVGA screen, 5 megapixel camera and Wireless N connectivity with DLNA support. Has a 11.9mm thick, runs on Android 2.3 Gingerbread and released in Q4.

Motorola E2


LG E2 is an entry-level droid with a QVGA display, a 1GHz processor and a 3MP camera and has a screen capable of 720p HD and possibly the screen size of 4.5 inches.

They all are seven mobile phone roadmap leaked from LG. Most likely all the names you see here are only codenames and may have nothing in common with the name in the market later.

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