Jun, 16 2010

I think we all hoped with the announcement of yet another new version of the OS that phones launching with good old Android 1.6 would become a thing of the past. Turns out there are a few more that still need to get worked out of the system, and oddly enough it now appears that the LG Optimus Q will be one of them. Up until now it was widely believed that the Optimus Q — or LU2300 if you prefer — would come running on Android 2.1, and for a phone of it’s caliber 1.6  seems like a big step backwards (I mean, even the LG Ally runs 2.1). Nevertheless this is what the below screen shot would have us believe.

lg-optimus-q-specs

At least users will be getting some enhanced functionality with the inclusion of Air Sync, LG’s own method of pushing content such as photos, video, and text from a PC to your phone over the air. This phone for now has only been confirmed for a release in South Korea, so no word yet when it may reach other places.

[via Engadget]

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