Two New Android Smartphones From LG

LG officially unveiled two new models of smartphones based on Android OS: LG-LU2300, designed for local operator LG Telecom, and LG-SU950/KU9500 for SK Telecom and KT.

Earlier after releasing LG Vortex as a  smart device for first-time smartphone users featuring  a healthy-sized 3.2-inch HVGA capacitive touchscreen, GPS, Wi-Fi, 3MP camera, Bluetooth and microSDHC card slot and powered by a 600MHz CPU, now LG officially unveiled two new models of smartphones based on Android OS: LG-LU2300, designed for local operator LG Telecom, and LG-SU950/KU9500 for SK Telecom and KT.

Both phones are going to be running the open-source Android mobile operating system with 1GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon CPUs, 3.5-inch AMOLED 800×480 touchscreen displays, and 5-megapixel cameras. They will differ in that the LG SU2300 will also have a slide-out full QWERTY keyboard and built-in trackpad. Dolby mobile surround sound, terrestrial DMB, Wi-Fi and GPS will be onboard of both phones.

LG-SU950/KU9500:


The LG-SU950/KU9500 is a monoblok with full touch screen control, has a thin shell, is made of expensive materials, and has an attractive appearance. The update of the OS to 2.1 version is scheduled on June of this year.

LG-LU2300:

In contrast to the previous device, LG-LU2300 is equipped with a sliding QWERTY keyboard and an optional navigation key. The user will be offered up to 3 GB of internal memory, which can still be expanded by using memory cards. The update of the OS to 2.1 version for this model is scheduled on July-August 2010.