If you want to compete with your friends Galaxy S III, RAZR Maxx, or Galaxy Nexus with a phone not many people know about, this device may be for you. Sources say that the LG VS930, has disguised itself secretly, and is in fact the Optimus LTE II.
This seems to be LG’s new family member, that will most likely replace the Spectrum. Even though that the Spectrum is quite new, the competition seems to be making LG eager for a “smartphone throw-down”.
And let me tell you, it has some pretty impressive specifications. The Optimus LTE II sports:
- A 1.5 GHz dual-core, S4 Snapdragon processor
- 1GB of handy RAM
- 16GB of “on-board” storage memory
- Global radio support, with the addition of NFC capability
- A beautiful 4.7 inch, 1280×720 “True HD IPS” display
I haven’t been a fan of LG for a while now, since my original Voyager as a matter of fact. But, this setup really gives me some hope that LG can keep up to par with whatever Motorola and Samsung are producing. Yet I do find it strange how the RAM is actually ”half” of what it was, in the VS920.
Despite the memory downgrade, how do you like LG’s new star player? Do you believe that it is giving the Spectrum a “run for its money”? I would love to hear your comments.