Worthy successor to the O2X?
720P display, Tegra 3. Good specs. Does the "standard" 8mp camera kill it, though? The HTC One X is the obvious direct competition. HTC put a lot of focus on the camera.Forum Rules & Guidelines -- CLICK HERE
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- 05-17-2012, 12:28 PM #2
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Re: Worthy successor to the O2X?
LG has been pretty smart when it comes to the provided camera experience. Their implementation of the two stage hardware shutter button on the Optimus S is a good example.
Hopefully this new flagship Optimus will also employ a hardware shutter button combined with some form of hardware dedicated ISP. I am really hoping LG comes through in the camera department- not with megapixels (8mp is just fine), but with the overall camera experience. That combined with their track record for clean and almost non-existent UI overlays (my Optimus S UI is so close to stock it's practically a nexus), would make this phone the clear winner IMO. Even though the LG Optimus brand falls pretty far below Samsung and HTC, I am a firm believer in their ability to make a competitive top model, if not the top model, Android phone.
My other hope is also for a US variant of this phone!!!
- 05-23-2012, 11:12 PM #3
- 05-24-2012, 04:39 AM #4
As someone who is actually in love with the O2X i'd love to be able to give the 4X a try.
But LG suck at updates. I've been hacking mine for 12 months just to satisfy my needs
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