Apr 27th, 2010

The Android devices we’ve been anticipating from LG for a while now have finally launched in South Korea. Both handsets, headed to Korean carriers SK Telecom and KT, are equipped with a 1ghz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, 3.5-inch AMOLED 800×480 display, and a 5-megapixel camera. We’re inherently jealous of our Korean Phandroids that’ll be able to scoop the LG LU2300 up.


Alongside that, the LG SU2300 will launch, as well. The phones are identical in specs with difference coming from the SU2300’s slideout QWERTY keyboard as well as a built-in trackpad. The phones will come stocked with Android 1.6 on LG’s custom user interface, but should see an upgrade to 2.1 this summer.


Also announced was the Android 2.1-running LG SU950/KU9500. No specs on this particular phone, yet, but we expect to hear more once LG launches it in June. Until then, we’ll hold on to hope that we’ll get some of LG’s love in other parts of the world, too.

[LG Korea via Unwired View]

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