LG's upcoming X3 flagship, which we've told you about before, reportedly got its retail name outed. The NVIDIA Tegra 3 packing quad-core powerhouse with a massive 4.7" screen, Android Ice Cream Sandwich, and serious appetite for benchmarks will hit the shelves as LG Optimus 4X HD. Such an occurrence seems quite logical, given the fact that the device will be a successor of sorts to the LG Optimus 2X, whose name directly suggested the number of CPU cores on tap.
Rumor has it that the U.S. version of the smartphone will be named T-Mobile G4X - much like the LG Optimus 2X's sibling, which was sold under the name G2X by the Big Magenta.
We will know everything about the LG X3 in a few days time, during MWC in Barcelona. We will be covering it live as always, and it looks like we will be spending significant amount of time around LG's booth, given the slew of devices which it announced in the past couple of days.
nice qud core i jst wanna buy this one ,,,,,,, am just witing 4 u baby
as the announcements comes day by day for new phones by LG, is looking they gone to cover the smartphone market by this year very strongly......but they have to do some things properly,,like 1} they have to launch the phones worldwide on early ...
oh nyc! quad core! really rocking...LG rox