LG is just about to release the world's first smartphone with a dual-core CPU and, understandably isn't shy to brag about it. Their latest promo video showcases the Optimus 2X calculation prowess, but also highlights a couple of interesting features of the handset's HDMI port.
Unlike the previous HDMI-equipped Android smartphone (the Acer Stream), the LG Optimus 2X P990 supports HDMI mirroring. This allows you to view the same thing on both your handset's screen and your TV. The other thing of interest is the streaming of games that allows you to play Android games on your TV by using your handset as a controller.
The full HD video recording and improved multitasking capabilities also got their due spots in the pretty cool designed video. Check it out:
We can't wait to see it live. LG failed to mentioned expected pricing or any specific launch dates for either US or Europe.
Marc... The reason it's underclocked is so that it saves battery level.... What does that say about the phone? And Android is a Linux based OS for Phones, Kernel systems being the fastest and most secure. Symbian on the other hand are made up and hav...
Marc, I had a Nokia N8 and returned it after 3 days. What a sucky and slow phone. GUI is utterly useless. Had it had MeeGo it would have most likely been a brilliant phone but symbian just needs to die.
what the f**k my nokia n8 can do this with its underclocked 680Mhz cpu while android needs dual core cpu's LOL thats pathethic!!! just shows how POWERFUL the BROADCOMM BCM2727 gpu is inside the N8!!!!