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LG reveals Optimus 2 but fails to announce officially

The next generation Optimus Smartphone with Gingerbread right out of the Box makes its way to the LG global website but sans an official announcement.

Korean Electronics giant, LG has very subtly added a new member to the Optimus series of Android based smartphones in the form of LG Optimus 2. The new handset is supposedly the upgrade version of the age old Optimus GT 540 which was launched in the year 2010 with the Android Donut 1.6 as its operating system.

The new LG Optimus 2 smartphone has a 3.2 inch display with a capacitive touch, Android Gingerbread 2.3 operating system, 3.2 megapixel camera and up to 32 GB expandable memory. But since this device is a CDMA version smartphone, it will only be available with network operator tie-ups only. Thus, CDMA players like MTS, Tata Docomo and Reliance Communication are expected to offer this handset with their connection in India.

The Optimus 2 is expected to be priced very competitively. As of now, LG has not officially announced the launch date or price of this device but it is expected to do so during the Consumer Electronics Show 2012 which is to be held in Las Vegas, USA from January 10-13.

To know more about the device, see the LG global website.

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