February 23, 2012 7:16pm
Either LG has a very leaky faucet or they’re not trying too hard to spread leaks of their upcoming handset lineup before Mobile World Congress. The latest leak is likely the best we’re going to get before the show proper: three high-quality videos showing off the various features of their flagship devices: Optimus 4X HD, Optimus 3D Cube, and the Optimus Vu phone/tablet.
While we don’t really get a good sense of the Optimus 4X HD’s hardware, since the video was engulfed in darkness, this is our first hands-on of the upcoming Android 4.0.3 software that will ship with the device, and it’s a beauty. LG seems to have done a great job eliminating a lot of the overly-colourful, menu-saturated operation that bogged down its Froyo and Gingerbread builds, and stays very true to Google’s original vision for Ice Cream Sandwich.
As for hardware we can see, the Optimus 3D Cube looks delectable in its lithe, dual-5MP body. While the screen resolution is a disappointing 800×480, the hardware looks more modern and professional than the rather-bulky Optimus 3D.
Check out all three videos after the break (in Italian).