In this review, I will talk about the LG Optimus 2x, a smartphone running on Android operating system.
The LG Optimus 2x is the first phone from LG that introduces us to the Dual Core greatness. It features a Nvidia Tegra 2 processor with dual cores that is capable of delivering high performance both in navigation and multimedia. The design of the Optimus 2x also boasts really high quality paired with plenty of features that are useful for day to day tasks. The only drawback with the phone is its sound quality and the photo quality; we definitely expected highest standards with its camera too. To find out more, read our review.
To start my review, I will talk about the features and design of the phone.
When LG first revealed its dual core processor phone, the world was wowed. The performance, interface and phone design are flawless. The phone ships with Android 2.2, but LG has promised its fans that the phone will be upgradable to any new version available as soon as it arrives. LG hasn’t changed the interface of the phone, so most of the hardcore Android fans will be happy to know that the phone holds stock interface from Google.
Moving further down the review, LG features an attractive 4 inches touchscreen with crystal clear resolution. The screen is exceptionally great at outputting details when a HD game or movie is played on the phone. It isn’t as good as the Samsung’s Super AMOLED screen, but it still is far better than what other phones have to offer. Thanks to the Dual Core Nvidia Tegra 2 processor at 1 GHZ, navigation is always smooth. It’s amazing to see how quickly and nicely the animated menus arrive in front of you. The LG Optimus 2x features a 8 megapixels camera at its back, which is capable of recording 1080p video. We expected a lot from its camera, but unfortunately, the results aren’t as good as we thought they would be.
To finish off my review, the LG Optimus 2x is designed as a high end phone, which is why whether you know about its technical specs or not, this phone feels solid in every way.