LG Optimus Q2- QWERTY slider
Emerged from Korean manufacturer, LG has recently unveiled their Android slide-out full QWERTY phone, the LG Optimus Q2 for the lovers of conventional QWERTY keyboard though touch screen has become popular nowadays. This one is the successor to the last year launched LU2300 smart phone. If you compared with LU2300, This new LG version is slimmer and lighter with wider QWERTY well-spaced keys.
LG Optimus Q2 is going to launch in the next week for Korea only via LG U+ which is the country’s third largest mobile carrier. As for the rest part of the world, you could say wait and watch. It has touch-sensitive front panel buttons and attracts the highlighted clean, elegant design. It will be available in both, black and white color option.
Additionally it will be up to 22 times faster compared to Bluetooth to implement the ‘Wi-Fi Direct (Wi-Fi Direct)’ support. Authentication and ease of content sharing between devices might be effective. LG reported that the new LG optimusQ2 is nearly 1/10th of an inch thinner than other slider QWERTY devices and so it doesn’t look as much bulk as other slider phones.
This slider handset screen shows a 4 inch WVGA IPS-based LCD touch screen with a700-nit brightness, measuring 12.3 mm thick and weighs just 147g. It is expected to support 480x800 pixel resolution. It runs with dual-core 1.2 GHz Nvidia Tegra 2 processor, 1GB of RAM, and Android 2.3 Gingerbread with its custom user interface on top. Thanks to a 1.2GHz processor fast enough to run its Android 2.3 operating system and to download any games or apps as per your selection. It supports all the latest applications and potentially NFC. The phone is an improved version of the LG Optimus 2X. Under the slim 12.3mm chassis, the spaced out curved keys of Qwerty keypad results in better typing and tactile feedback.
You can shoot anywhere, anytime with autofocus 5 megapixel single LED flash camera which is capable of recording 1080p full HD video recording. A front facing VGA camera is for video chatting or video calling. An 8GB of built-in storage is available to add your pleasant memories and happy moments.1500 m Ah battery offers about 7 hrs to 8 hrs of talk time. For slider keyboards fans, this looks to be a great pick.
So it is one of the thinnest and lightest sliding QWERTY handsets ever released.
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