LG to offer dual-core Tegra 2 flavored Android in 2011 with 4 inch screen and 1080p video
LG plans on launching the first Android device with a dual-core CPU early next year. The handset is called the LG Star for the time being, and that name is expected to change before the phone is released. It is an Optimus branded device powered by a Tegra 2 processor and is expected to have a well-sized display measuring 4 inches, large enough for you to watch the videos you made in HD 1080p. A 1500mAh battery powers the model which will include a microSD slot to expand storage capacity
If you are a fan of Android just the way Google intended it to run, you'll be happy to know that the Google logo on the back means that the phone will run a practically unaltered version of the OS. Sounds like LG is aiming for the high end Android crowd with this model, which will no doubt face some tough competition when it is rolled out, presumably early next year.
The LG Star is an Optimus branded device expected to be the first smartphone to run on a dual-core processor
This LG handset is expected to launch early in 2011 with HD 1080p video capture