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LG Quad-core 4X HD Smartphone Hands On

LG Quad-core 4X HD Smartphone Hands On
News from Mashable:

BARCELONA: Spend enough time at Mobile World Congress and soon you find that you can’t tell one gray slab, big-screen smart phone from the next. The screen sizes vary a bit, and some have smooth backs, while others offer ridges, but most of the handhelds unveiled at the show, especially the Android ones, look very much alike. On the outside, LG’s powerful Optimus 4X HD is a shining example of the look-alike super-phone species. You have to look inside to see what truly sets it apart.

LG’s Optimus 4X HD was the first out of the gate with Nvidia’s Tegra 3 quadcore CPU. This 1.5 GHz workhorse gives it enviable power, which LG likes to demonstrate by showing just how much work each core is doing right on screen. Those animated bars serve no real purpose except to make Optimus HD owners feel good about all the cores they have. Check out the slideshow and video and you can see the core indicators running in the upper left-hand corner of the screen. There’s also, by the way, a special, high-capacity 2000mAh battery designed to handle the extra needs of all those cores.

The pleasingly thin 8.6 mm device’s other claim to fame is its bright and sharp 4.7-inch True HD IPS display. It is stunn…………… continues on Mashable

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LG Beacon (MetroPCS)
News from PC Magazine:

The LG Beacon ($ 39 direct) is a solid, affordable cell phone if you’re looking to talk and text on the cheap with an inexpensive plan from MetroPCS. It has a nice slide out QWERTY keyboard, a responsive touch screen, and pretty good call quality. It’s also a decent music player, though it stumbles when it comes to all other forms of media. But if you place texting above all else, it’s a good choice for the money.

Design and Call Quality
At 4.1 by 2.1 by 0.7 inches (HWD) and 4.4 ounces, the Beacon is light, but it’s also super thick. The back is a metallic red plastic, while the front is matte black. The 2.8-inch capacitive touch screen features 240-by-400-pixel resolution and is surprisingly responsive, but feels a bit cramped; the whole phone feels like it can stand to be a quarter-inch wider.

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