LG LU2300 Details Emerging

Details are starting to emerge (translated) about a forthcoming Android-based smart phone from South Korean handset maker LG.  From the sounds of it, the LU2300 will fit well with some of the newer “super” phones like the Nexus One and Motorola Droid.

Considering they were a founding member of the Open Handset Alliance, LG hasn’t done very much with Android.  As mentioned on last night’s AndroidGuys podcast, we’re not even sure this phone will hit a US carrier.

Look for the this device to arrive in Korea sometime in April or May with the following specs:

  • Android 2.1
  • 1 GHz Snapdragon processor
  • 3.5-inch AMOLED 800×480 touch display
  • Sliding 4-row QWERTY keyboard
  • 5 megapixel camera
  • 720p HD DivX compatible playback
  • WiFi, GPS, DMB tuner

Are there any US-based LG fans out there pining for an Android phone?

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13 Comments

  1. @burnayev
    April 06, 12:29 Reply

    It seems to be a very functional and nice-looking device. If it hits the US, which I hope it does, it's going to be a prime Droid challenger. Assuming it's a GSM phone and taking into consideration AT&T Android stance, T-Mobile seems to be the most likely carrier for the phone.

    If priced right, the phone can be a big success in the States.

    Kind regards,
    Borys Burnayev
    actioncomplete.com
    GTD for Android and Web

    • @joanneholfmann
      April 13, 22:54 Reply

      This is definitely a form factor we need packin' Android in the States. Even though I'm hella partial to HTC devices, LG does make some rock solid product.
      Opinions.http://bit.ly/lg

  2. Matt
    April 06, 13:07 Reply

    Where's the back button? And the menu button? Other than that it looks like a pretty nice piece of hardware – it just all depends on how that QWERTY works (I'd rather have no hard keyboard than have one that I'll never use) and what kind of skin they put on it.

  3. Matt
    April 06, 13:07 Reply

    Where's the back button? And the menu button? Other than that it looks like a pretty nice piece of hardware – it just all depends on how that QWERTY works (I'd rather have no hard keyboard than have one that I'll never use) and what kind of skin they put on it.

  4. farhad
    July 06, 09:20 Reply

    nice piece of hardware, but the software still lacks..

  5. khay
    July 13, 19:57 Reply

    nice post. thanks for sharing. i like it :p

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