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LG Optimus 4X HD Vs. Sony Xperia S: Head-to-Head Comparison

Sunday, June 24th, 2012

LG Optimus 4X HD Vs. Sony Xperia S: Head-to-Head Comparison
News from Eastern Morning Herald:

LG and Sony are two companies that, despite having wildly divergent histories, haven’t exactly set the Android smartphone market on fire. Both firms have tried their best to turn the situation around, with the Sony Xperia S and LG Optimus 4X HD, their flagship smartphones.

Both phones have a squared-off aesthetic that serves as an interesting counterpoint to the increasingly curvy competition. The Xperia S is marginally narrower and shorter than the Optimus 4X HD, but is also slightly heavier.

The two handsets also have excellent screens as befitting their high-end market placement. The LG’s 4.7-inch IPS-based display has a 720p resolution, which equals a pixel density of 312ppi. In contrast, the Sony handset features a 4.3-inch screen with the same 1280 x 720 resolution – equivalent to a remarkable 342ppi of density.

These smartphones also offer limited storage options. The Optimus 4X HD has 16GB of onboard storage, with support for 32GB of space on a microSD card. Meanwhile, the Xperia S only comes in a 32GB flavor and does not have a microSD slot.

Meanwhile, the specifications sheet hands a victory to the Optimus 4X HD. Its 1.5GHz quad-core NVIDIA Tegra 3 chipset clearly outpaces the 1.5GHz dual-core Qualcomm Snapdra…………… continues on Eastern Morning Herald

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LG Optimus Handsets Soon to Have ‘Quick Voice’ Software
News from The Driod Guy:

LG now has a voice recognition software counterpart for Samsung’s S Voice and Apple’s Siri called Quick Voice. The feature will be available soon on the line of LG Optimus phones such as the upcoming Vu, which will be released this June, and the LTE II, which will arrive next month.

The feature combines voice recognition and virtual assistant functionalities, a lot like Siri and S Voice do, by allowing users to access smartphone functionalities by means of voice input. LG is launching it with support for 11 apps, including text message, voice call, alarm, calendar, and phone book.

Moreover, it enables users to perform web searches, and get updates on the weather and stocks. Korean users also enjoy an exclusive feature that permits them to check the lunar calendar using Quick Voice. It remains to be seen whether this will eventually be available for other international users.

LG claims that a strong feature of Quick Voice is its ability to comprehend natural conversational language. Essentially, it appears that Quick Voice will ask a series of question to know what the users want to do, and the questions become more and more specific.

At this point, we do not know how Quick Voice differs from the voice recognition software already available from Samsung and Apple. Moreover, the list of languages that Quick Voice will support is also unknown,…………… continues on The Driod Guy

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LG Spectrum Review: Head-To-Head With The Nitro HD And Galaxy Nexus

Monday, March 19th, 2012

LG Spectrum Review: Head-To-Head With The Nitro HD And Galaxy Nexus
News from TechCrunch:

Jordan Crook studied English Literature at New York University before entering the tech space. Prior to joining TechCrunch, Crook dabbled in mobile marketing and mobile apps as well as doing device reviews for MobileMarketer and MobileBurn. Crook is fascinated with alternative energy production and greentech. She is now a writer for CrunchGear. → Learn More

The LG Spectrum isn’t necessarily my favorite phone. It’s got pretty nice specs and a killer screen, but there’s something to be said about the way a phone draws you in from across the room. I don’t mean to get all romantic or dramatic about it, but it’s still true: appearance matters. Windows Phones have that engaging, compelling live tile interface. The iPhone has its stunning design and piano black shine. Motorola’s Razr has that crazy thin profile, and Samsung has the ultimate combo in the form of its Galaxy series: giant, gorgeous screens with beautiful design.

LG doesn’t really have that, and this is particularly apparent on the Spectrum. I’…………… continues on TechCrunch

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Review: LG Optimus Sol E730
News from Times of India:

NEW DELHI: LG was the first one to come with a dual-core phone ( LG Optimus 2X), a 3D phone (Optimus 3D) and a phone with super bright yet energy efficient display ( Optimus Black). Continuing the tradition, they have launched the Optimus Sol, the first phone to feature an Ultra AMOLED display.

The 3.8-inch ultra amoled display on the front is very impressive and stands neck to neck with Samsung’ Super AMOLED display. It outputs rich colors with outstanding black levels and top-notch clarity. Even under direct sunlight, content is clearly readable and visible on the screen.

Adding to the good things of the phone is its multimedia performance. Superb audio output in the headphones as well as in voice calls. The video player played a 720p HD file without any glitch as well. Moreover, the rear 5MP camera took surprisingly remarkable shots – both in day light and indoors. Even the videos (720p HD in MP4 format) recorded from the camera are impressive.

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