CES 2011: LG Optimus Black Smartphone Debuts

Posted: Jan 7 2011, 8:28am CST | by , in News | CES

CES 2011: LG Optimus Black Smartphone Debuts
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LG smartphone is all kinds of cool

LG pulled its latest smartphone out of the shadows at CES and tossed it into the light for all to see. The smartphone runs Android and is called the LG Optimus Black and the thing looks really cool. It’s really thin at 9.2mm think and promises a one of a kind user experience.

The phone uses the LG NOVA display that is designed to be the brightest, clearest and most readable of the mobile screens with 700 nits of brightness. The screen also promises readability indoors and in sunlight outside.

The phone weighs in at 109g and the receiver is hidden behind the edge of the phone for a sleeker profile. The smartphone has WiFi direct, a 2MP front camera, and will launch globally in H1 2011. It runs Android 2.2 to start and 2.3 Gingerbread update will come later.

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