Android powered LG LU2300 is coming, but only to South Korea?

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Android powered LG LU2300 is coming, but only to South Korea?
The Android powered LG LU2300 smartphone recently showed itself today and looks to solidify itself as a top tiered Android device from the Korean manufacturer. Despite it sporting some high-end specs, it feels as though it pales in comparison to other recently announced Android phones that take it to the extreme level. The Lg LU2300 features 3.5” AMOLED display with a resolution of 800 x 480 pixels, Android 2.1, 1GHz Snapdragon processor, 5-megapixel camera, 720p HD DivX compatible playback, Wi-Fi, GPS, DMB tuner, and a 4-row landscape sliding QWERTY keyboard. It's difficult to say if the device will offer a customized interface to make it stand out among the other Android 2.1 devices out there. Even though this device truly places itself in the upper echelon of LG's Android offerings, it looks like it'll strictly be available only in South Korea – which is a bummer to almost everyone else excited about a high-end LG Android phone. It's expected to become available later this month or in May – which is quite surprising in itself.

via Android Guys


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