LG Optimus 2X Available In Malaysia NOW!!!
LG Optimus 2X, one of the 1st few devices in the world, running dual core processor.
Yeah. You saw it. The first dual-core Android smartphone to arrive in Malaysia. Coincide with the F1 fever in Malaysia at the weekend, LG is launching this smartphone at Sepang International Circuit.
Celcom is selling LG Optimus 2X as low as RM878 for the 1st 300 customers who purchase it with contract at Sepang, starting from today until April 10, 2011 (Sunday). So, be quick as I believe Andorid lovers will be queuing up there to get their 1st taste of dual-core processor smartphone.
If you are not able to get it, don’t worry, you still can purchase it at Recommended Retail Price(RRP) at RM1,899. LG Optimus 2X is available now at LG Technology Center and at 4 selected Celcom Blue Cube centers at Bangsar, Sunway Pyramid, Mid Valley and Pavilion. So far, there’s no further information from Celcom website but if you are interested, go visit the 4 centers.
Hell, the competition among the smartphone manufacturers is getting tougher! Sony Ericsson has just launched Sony Ericsson(SE) Xperia arc in Malaysia this April 6, 2011 and now we have LG Optimus 2X. SE Xperia arc, single-core is priced at RM2,099(RRP) whereas LG Optimus 2X, dual-core is priced at RM1,899(RRP). This time, LG Optimus 2X will give SE Xperia arc a run for its money.
Let’s have a look at the specs of LG Optimus 2X:
• 4-inch display screen, 800X480 pixel
• Dual-core 1Ghz ARM Cortex-A9
• Tegra 2 Chipset
• 512MB RAM
• Android OS 2.2, Froyo
• Back camera, 8MP, Autofocus, LED Flash, HD camcorder
• 8GB Internal Storage
• Expendable storage, microSD up to 32GB
• Social networking integration
• HDMI port
• Google Search, Maps, Gmail
• Digital compass
• YouTube, Google Talk
• DivX/Xvid/MP4/H.264/H.263/WMV player
• MP3/WAV/WMA/eAAC+ player
• Document editor
• Adobe Flash 10.1 support
• Voice memo/dial/commands
• Predictive text input
Here’s the LG Malaysia Youtube video of LG Optimus 2X:
This is a Youtube video review of LG Optimus 2X, also known as LG P990 from AndroidCentral:
What’s your say? Will you wait for iPhone 5 or go ahead with Android devices that’s being offered now?