There have been rumors of multiple Nexus branded devices heading our way over the next few months from when the Nexus 7 was launched. There have been rumors as to what companies would be making these upcoming Nexus devices with names like Sony and LG be thrown around. Well the LG-E960 looks to be the rumored Nexus device that will be coming from the fine folks over at LG.
All you Gameloft fans out there who are planning on nabbing an LG Optimus 3D Android phone have some good news coming your way. Gameloft has already started working on making 3D version of some of their games already for you to play on the Optimus 3D (and possibly future 3D Android devices as well).
LG has been gearing up lately with promo videos and commercial for all their new products including the pretty awesome LG Optimus 3D phone. However, unlike the seriously epic win promo video of the LG G-Slate, the Optimus 3D commercial is on the complete opposite end of the spectrum. It’s terrible.
Honestly, we like the way things are going when it comes to promo videos these days, especially when it comes to tablets or unique Android devices like the Xperia Play which just recently featured it’s rather twisted sweatshop-style surgery commercial showing the poor Android robot getting some thumbs.
One of the more awesome Android phones at CES 2011 was the Optimus 2X from LG who came out strong this year at the show. This is LG’s first dual-core Android phone sporting a Tegra 2 chip inside and playing around with it, you can certainly see/feel the difference a Tager 2 makes in your phone.
LG held their press conference this morning at 8am. You may have caught some of our Tweets while we were there live. LG announced a new phone, the Optimus Black, which is the earlier leaked LG ‘B’ phone featuring an ultra bright screen and an incredibly thin design.
After many sites have fondled the LG ‘Star’ and previewed it, LG has released a press release officially announcing their dual-core Android phone. Anyone surprised it is the day before the Nexus S launch? No? Me neither. Anyways, this bad boy of a phone is nothing to turn your nose up at either with it’s dual-core Tegra 2 chip.