Check out our early review of the Optimus 4X HD here.
There has been a lot of talk about the LG Optimus 4X HD today, coming in June. It is great to see such exposure, but if it is a device for you, then you need somewhere to buy it.
Thankfully we will be stocking the 4X HD, and if you have not already seen we have had hands on with it already.
Millions of words have already been written about the HTC One X and the Samsung Galaxy SIII, the poster children of the Android industry. They deserve all of the attention they are getting and are pushing the boundaries of mobile technology. The screens, cameras and sheer power are quite amazing when you consider what they are capable of and it makes it hard to look outside of these two if you are considering a high-end Android phone.
It may be time to reconsider, at least in my opinion, because there is a third runner in town and it has come from the most unlikely of sources.
The LG Optimus 3D Max has today launched in Europe, but LG has again confirmed that it will not come to the UK. We revealed this on the Clove Blog having met with the Korean manufacturer at MWC, but today’s news comes as the final nail in the coffin for anyone that was still hoping for a UK launch.
The 3D Max is the successor to the the LG Optimus 3D, which launched in the UK last year. It seems there has not been enough demand for LG to release its follow up 3D device here, although LG’s new quad-core handset, the LG Optimus 4X HD is due for release in June.
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