LG CX2 Leaks: Possible LG Optimus 3D Successor Set for a Mobile World Congress Unveiling


Information regarding another unannounced Android handset has plopped into the laps of the guys at PocketNow. This time we’re hearing of a device being called the LG CX2, a successor to the LG Optimus 3D. The device will reportedly feature a 1.2GHz dual-core OMAP4 processor, dual 5 megapixel rear cameras, 8GB of internal storage, an NFC chip and your usual host of connectivity options. As we saw with the Optimus 3D of yesteryear the CX2 is expected to be unveiled at Mobile World Congress – we’ll sure be excited to see how this bad boy turns out. Anyone interested? [PocketNow]

Quentyn Kennemer
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  1. Bring this to verizon. Would rather have this than the spectrum.

  2. No thanks.

  3. I think 2012 is too late to call anything with OMAP4 a ‘bad boy’. I love my evo 3d, but don’t see the point of a new 3d phone with anything less than tegra3/krait.

  4. @chris125:disqus 
    Would rather have.. my roomate’s sister makes $74 hourly on the internet. She has been unemployed for 10 months but last month her paycheck was $7901 just working on the internet for a few hours. Read more on this site… MakeCash2.com

  5. LG is stepping up big time. Although a 1.5 ghz would be preferred, it’d still be faster than my T959V

  6. Too little too late. Quad core or at least 1.5 dual S4. Screen wise where is the HD display?

  7. Sharp Aquos 8 mp why stick with 5mp arrangement acknowledging more doesnt always mean better?

  8. LG is starting to be just like Samsung & Motorola. All these new devices and less updates on phones already out.

  9. Another LG piece of shit.

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