LG is pulling out all the stops with their next flagship device which goes by model number LU6200. With specs like these, it would seem their aiming to dethrone the Galaxy S II as the current king of Android phones, and they certainly have a shot. The LU6200 will have a 4.5 inch AH-IPS display with 720p resolution, and the AH-IPS has already bested the Super AMOLED Plus display in earlier benchmarks. Inside is a 1.5GHz Scorpion CPU, an Adreno 220 GPU and 1GB of RAM. There’s a 8 megapixel auto-focus camera on the back and a 1.3 megapixel front shooter. One of the real kickers is support for the U+ LTE network, which has a theoretical top speed of 75Mbps. Other specs include 4 GB of built-in storage, Android 2.3, an 1,830mAh battery, 801.11b/g/n and Bluetooth 3.0, and support for DLNA, MHL, WiFi Direct and NFC.
LG has a teaser page up, and pre-orders are set to begin in Korea on September 26th. There’s currently no word on pricing, or whether or not a US version is planned for the future. If LG can launch this thing worldwide, we’d say the Galaxy S II might have something to worry about.
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