True that not having flash is kibda upsetting at this point but Dual Core I can live without until there are things that will actually USE dual core. Glad LG are still making midranged phones for people that dont want or know how to use all the features of a superphone. Its still a huge number of people that are looking for just a decent phone that works.
I'm waiting on info of the LG K and LG GW990 Meego phone they were supposed to release a while back. Hopefully the GW990 is brought to the forefront of their development along with the LG K Monsterphone.
power management? not again. LG did some sort of touch management with LG Optimus One & it ended with a touchlag bug that took months to be fixed officially. now with this power management, don't know what next...
Just 150 MB user accessible!!!! Ridiculous.
Launch price will be around 300 euro.
2gb rom but only 150MB accessible
wow that killing the phone potential
missing led flash is ok for some people but low space for apps is no go
Screen size seems a bit awkward, is this possibly due to the ultra-amoled technology? The screen borders are also quite wide compared to most other touchscreen phones.
It gives the phone strange dimensions, gives me a feel of going back 3-4 years when screen border width was about standard like this.
150MB user memory?? No thanks i'll still prefer SGS.. i don't bother if it's SAMOLED or S-LCD
A decent mid-ranger with (u)-amoled. Sadly there isn't a dual-core on board (you cannot expect this from a mid-ranger with this price range just yet). More future-proofing is required from manufacturers for middle class devices by preparing their hardware (possibly software as well) for the future. Next spring there will be quad-core monsters released, overshadowing current dual cored megaphones. Mid-range is moving towards dual cored realm but the gap between high end and mid-range next year may get too wide.