LG Tegra 2 Dual-Core 4-inch Android Smartphone Leaks

Posted: Nov 16 2010, 8:52am CST | by , Updated: Nov 16 2010, 10:27pm CST, in Rumors | Android

LG Tegra 2 Dual-Core 4-inch Android Smartphone leaks
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New very powerful smartphones will enter the market in 2011. NVIDIA's Tegra 2 dual-core CPU will be found in several Android based smartphones that will be released in 2011. We already reported about an LG LTE Tegra 2 Android Phone and also about a Motorola Tegra 2 Phone. Today Engadget published a bunch of leaked photos showing another LG Tegra 2 phone.

This high-end LG Android phone will fit into the Optimus line and features a big 4-inch screen and an 8MP camera. Interestingly the leaked LG Tegra 2 phone sports a big Google logo. Is this yet another Google phone. Right now the Samsung Nexus S is in the news as the next Google Phone.

The Apple iPhone will get some serious competition next year. The new Android Superphones will challenge Apple to improve the iPhone 5 quite a bit.

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