The rumored LG Star droid equipped with a promising dual-core CPU hasn’t been made official yet but it’s just been reviewed and liked. The Tegra2-based smartphone specs turned out great not only on paper: the thing sure is pretty powerful too.
LG Star previewed ahead of launch • image source
But you already knew that from the previous leaks involving the LG P990 Star. Speaking of the LG Star features, most of them are no longer a mystery: the thin device has a Tegra2 processor (benchmark test caught on one of the videos below), packs an 8 megapixel sharpshooter with 1080p Full HD video recording and an HDMI port.
Up until now it was unclear how large the large-looking display is but thanks to that preview we now have the answer: the LG Star screen measures some healthy 4 inches and is of 800-by-480-pixel resolution. By the way, while the blacks aren’t AMOLED deep its viewing angles seem pretty good.
As seen before, the LG P990 Star is running Android 2.2 a.k.a. Froyo, but Gingerbread (Android 2.3) should come on board right on time for launch. The Android smartphone is expected to be announced at the next year’s CES, which is due in less than a month.
I bet you are one of them who never imagined today's smartphones can run 512 MB RAM....
the dual core actually splits up the work and uses less energy
Might also mean a better and more efficient power management/comsumption as seen on desktop pcs, it's what you do with the phone(+your own configurationn) that tells the life of it's battery.