LG has officially confirmed the beast- Optimus 2X, the first phone in the world to offer Dual-Core Nvidia Tegra 2 Processor.
It features a large 4 inch WVGA touchscreen, 8GB of inbuilt memory and memory expansion via MicroSD. It also feature whooping 8Megapixel Camera and a front facing 1.3 Megapixel Camera to take care of video-chatting. HD1080P recording and playing is a breeze. The nice addition is the native HDMI support, which makes it an media player to show off in front of your friends.
No about the power, Tegra 2 is clocked at 1GHz, quite decent for a smartphone and not to mention ,it’s a dual core. Nvidia hopes great adoption of tegra 2 vendors but till now the takers are few. Just wait and see as more apps will come ro adapt to the dual cores.
One sore point though is that the phone don’t features the recent 2.3 Gingerbread, but it features the old 2.2 but LG says 2.3 will be introduced as early as possible. LG is giving out the details for publicity on Christmas.
No word on pricing yet, but if you are expecting it to be cheap then you are out of luck because tthe expected price is about $500.