LG Optimus Note Makes An Appearance – Dual-core Tegra 2 Slider


Not to be confused with the Samsung Galaxy Note that was introduced at IFA last week, the LG Optimus Note made a surprise visit to Mr. Blurrycam today showing off its alluring physical QWERTY keyboard and 4-inch NOVA LCD display. Also accompanying the fuzzy pic is a leaked press shot for the device to make everything that much more official.

Apparently, this device will feature a 1.2GHz dual-core Tegra 2 processor, Android 2.3 Gingerbread, 5MP rear facing/1.3MP front facing cameras with LED flash and 8GB of internal storage. Let’s hope this is the very same LG Optimus Slider that we’ve been hearing about supposedly making its way to Sprint. What do you guys think?

[Via Engadget]

Chris Chavez
I've been obsessed with consumer technology for about as long as I can remember, be it video games, photography, or mobile devices. If you can plug it in, I have to own it. Preparing for the day when Android finally becomes self-aware and I get to welcome our new robot overlords.

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  1. This better be the LG Optimus Slider headed to Sprint!

  2. There are many side slider phones (Smart phones) in the lobe nowadays. So its difficult for LG that it could stand in the market. By the way LG enters after a long time in the market and I think it could make it. And nice post of yours man. Such a huge explanation, and I have learnt some more thing about Optimus range also. Thank you.

    1. As far as dual-core sliders go, there’s Droid 3, myTouch 4G Slide, and . . . what? That’s not a lot.

      If this is heading for Verizon with LTE, I’d consider it.

  3. Hmm that looks pretty nice, add some LTE on Verizon and you got a winner

    1. How ’bout some 4G on Sprint? Ah, who am I kidding.. That’s like 3G for everyone else =/

      1. Not quite. You forget, network speed is more than just how many Mbps you get. Latency is a huge deal as well. WiMax has much lower latency than any of the 3G networks, which actually makes it decent for gaming.

  4. Finally! Dual core with 4 inches qwerty! Hope coming for T mobile! T mobile G2 2.3.4 not root

  5. take your cheap crappy coats elsewhere pal…

  6. If it comes to Verizon, are they going to throw an old-ass Snapdragon in it like they did with the Revolution? I’m still sad about that…

  7. the #$%#$%?! it’s as if all manufacturers agreed to piss off everyone who want a decent phone with a 5 row keyboard by just making BIG phones with 4 rows of keys!

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