Posted Mon Feb 27, 2012 at 11:00 AM PST by Dick Ward
The quad-core Optimus 4X HD offers a resolution of 720p while the 3D model gives you considerably less.
Phones are becoming damn impressive. What was once a device relegated to making calls and taking blurry pictures has become a handheld multimedia hub. LG’s latest Optimus phones are a prime example, offering you an HD screen, or 3D if that’s your bent.
The Optimus 4X HD is the first quad-core processor to come from LG and that power helps to deliver a crisp 720p resolution. It wasn’t long ago that we were impressed by a 720p TV – my how things have changed. It offers the latest version of Android and an extra core processor for maximum battery efficiency when the other four aren’t needed.
LG’s 3D phone is the aptly named Optimus 3D Max. It’s a glasses-free 3D device that improves on the company’s previous 3D smartphone. It adds a new 2D to 3D converter and slims up the phone a bit too.
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