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LG announces two high-end Android powered smartphones

LG announces two high-end Android powered smartphones
LG announces two high-end Android powered smartphones
LG's camp may have been quiet on the high-end Android front, but they're not sitting around any longer and let the competition get the best of them. After hearing about the peppy specs with the LG LU2300 not too long ago, LG has gone out and officially announced it and another premier Android offering with the LG KU9500/SU950 in the hopes of capturing some interest. Both devices are packing some serious heat under the hood as they feature a 1GHz Snapdragon processor, 3.5” WVGA AMOLED touchscreen, Dolby mobile surround sound, Wi-Fi, GPS, and a 5-megapixel camera. On the software side of things, “LG Air Sync” will enable uses to share content with a PC or web server wirelessly while “Scan Search” is an augmented reality app that'll be preloaded on the handsets. Now the major difference between the two is that the LG SU2300 will offer a QWERTY keyboard, built-on trackpad, and will be running Android 1.6 at first – but it's expected to receive an update to Android 2.1 some time between July and August. Conversely, the LG SU950/KU9500 will simply be your traditional looking candybar looking handset with Android 2.1 from the onset. Aside from be initially available through KT and SK Telecom in Korea, it's unknown if LG plans to make the handsets available elsewhere.

source: LG Korea via Unwired View

LG announces two high-end Android powered smartphones

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posted on 20 Oct 2010, 01:46

1. warhed (Posts: 56; Member since: 07 Mar 2010)


Two words.... Korean trash!

posted on 28 Apr 2010, 16:35

9. deeoh1084 (Posts: 48; Member since: 30 Dec 2009)


what do u mean???

posted on 27 Apr 2010, 17:42

2. nosense (Posts: 53; Member since: 19 Jul 2009)


I aint gonna Lie they do look like some nice prepaid phones. maybe cricKet, or virgin mobile

posted on 27 Apr 2010, 17:56

3. jrcrow79 (Posts: 477; Member since: 02 May 2008)


nosense (hella lame name) ?..its called a contract phone duude!

posted on 27 Apr 2010, 18:09

5. Cali_E (Posts: 196; Member since: 24 Sep 2008)


i second nosense. what exactly is a "contract phone"? please, i would love to hear your dumb ass explain it...

posted on 27 Apr 2010, 18:02

4. nosense (Posts: 53; Member since: 19 Jul 2009)


I see you dont get the point to my comment. as for my name I chose it because of people like you. First of all no where in the article does it say its a contract phone. Secondly my comment was because how cheaply made it looks and the design is no where as appealing as a hero, droid, iphone, or hd. So it looks more of a high end phone that would do good on prepaid because it no competition to the high end phones out right now on the major carriers. so yea no sense is what you have.

posted on 27 Apr 2010, 18:12

6. Sharky (Posts: 94; Member since: 24 Jun 2008)


Or maybe they just won't be sold in the US... No way a prepaid company will get either of these. The LG Optimus has more of a chance of being sold on prepaid being that its a lower end Android phone.

posted on 27 Apr 2010, 18:20

7. nosense (Posts: 53; Member since: 19 Jul 2009)


I highly doubt they will become prepaid, my point is that they are just nothing on either phone that sticks out that would make it other than another regular phone that will come and go. Thats why I say that with all the better phones that run android and the iphone, this phone willnot make a big profit, unless it sold on a company that is prepaid that would make this their best high end phone to bring them business away from other basic prepaid companies

posted on 28 Apr 2010, 14:00

8. Cali_E (Posts: 196; Member since: 24 Sep 2008)


dude i see what you're saying. it looks cheap. like something they would release on cricket or metro. these could not compete with high end, better looking smartphones.

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