LG Optimus 2X – Fastest Android Handset; Secrets Revealed [Videos]

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It seems that LG is in no mood to give any breathing space to other mobile manufacturers as company has spilled further information about its much ambitious mobile handset – Star. Today, in a press conference, company has revealed more information about much hyped dual-core Android-powered smartphone, codenamed – LG Star. Company has informed that upcoming handset will be known as “Optimus 2X SU660” – at least in Korea.

Much anticipated Optimus 2X claims to hold the fastest processor compare to any other smartphone till date. Loaded with Dual Core – Nvidia Tegra 2 processor– and just released Gingerbread OS (Android 2.3), Optimus 2X is one of the most exciting handsets for the company which is expected to see the launch by first half of next year. With four inch HD screen, 8 megapixel camera, HDMI-out and full HD video capture facility upcoming smartphone of Optimus family is expected to redraw the picture of market share for LG mobile.

Company is already overwhelmed with the success of Android 2.2 (Froyo) based 600 Mhz entry level Optimus One. Recently, company has managed cross over the milestone of 2 Million of handsets sales in just 70 days. While the first 1 Million handsets took 40 days to pickup the market, rest 1 Million were sold in just 30 days to replicate the same sales figures globally.

Today, LG has also announced another Optimus Range smartphone – LG Optimus Mach with 1 GHz processor. Loaded with Android 2.2 ( Froyo), 3.8 inch display, 5 megapixel camera and HDMI-out facility, Mach is expected to compete with higher level android handsets like Samsung GalaxyS, SE Xperia X10 and Motoroal Droid. After much exposed controversy over the upgrade possibilities of 600 Mhz processor based LG Optimus One, company has not made any delay to announce an upgraded model of Android smartphone.

Anyhow, while further digging on dual-core LG Optimus 2X, we have found some interesting videos which showcase the inital Quadrant benchmarks and comparison with Samsung GalaxyS & iPhone. And the results are really shocking & impressive. Have a look on such videos below and enjoy.





  1. Dear Dan,

    We appreciate your concerns & feedback. Unfortunately, you have no idea about the intention and reason behind such comments made by DuttaD who tried his level best to hide his real identity but failed. Yes, you are right, we haven’t taken Dutta’s comments into consideration because it’s personally motivated. (sorry, cant reveal in detail ).

    Sorry to say, The post mentioned by you is almost 3-4 months old and in mean time we have covered miles of improvement. Yes, in few intervals, such ‘not-so-refined’ articles appear but I don’t see the similar replication frequently.

    No comparison with ‘Indian Tech Geek’ as writeup can be improved but not the ethics & intentions of the blogging – which is clearly missing with so called ‘Indian Tech Geek’. Difference between ‘criticism and attack’ need brush up.

    However, We assure you that we will pay close attention towards your valuable comments and accelerate the improvement process.


  2. Okay, DazeInfo, you seriously do need a copywriter. By talking about the “relate comment” feature, and completely missing the point made by Duttad (Ayan) you just seem to not be bothered.

    I understand that DazeInfo follows a very unique style of collective-authoring from several authors, and the sheer workload for the editor(s) might be voluminous – but that just means that you need more editors at the top, or less authors.

    To be honest and frank, I like this site (and so do my friends at The Indian Geek – yeah, I’m one of the guys behind The Indian Geek). But the grammar in certain articles, such as the recently published N8 piece – Is Nokia N8 Worth of Rs. 25k – http://dazeinfo.com/2010/10/04/is-nokia-n8-worth-of-rs-25500-when-i-decided-to-ditch-my-phone-analysis-in-indian-scenario/

    I seriously couldn’t get past a few lines without stumbling over the poor grammar. The author’s intentions are good; he shoots down the N8 and the Nokia Priority store sales guy’s words with ease. But the grammar is bad, bad, bad.

    One mistake or two in an article is fine – even top sites/blogs such as Engadget.com or Paul Thurrot’s WinSuperSite.com have such minor spelling mistakes/lapses in grammar now and then. But if several articles that are published on the website contain consistently poor grammar AND spelling, then it’s a bad showing on the site. (Simple : Just take the title of the N8 article – you can’t have something “worth OF Rs. 25k”)

    So, I guess what I’m saying, if the quality of the grammar and spelling is improved just a bit, then your site can go a long ways in reaching our Indians out there.

    Thanks, for reading… Dan.

    (Btw, the views I write here are my own personal opinion, and do not in any way reflect that of the http://www.theindiangeek.com website)

  3. Good to see some more serious readers. “initla” is an abbreviation of initial which we use in ME & UK. “shocing” is surely a mistake but “Mach” is a name of LG’s new Optimus mobile.

  4. The idea was not to ridicule, but to point out deficiencies. For example, here are a list of misspelled words in the article. :


  5. Dear Ayan a.k.a DuttaD,

    Thanks for your comments & suggestions but putting such comment by changing your name can’t hide your identity as we have “relate comment” feature active and track all IPs. We strongly believe that words should be crafted in a manner which people can understand – simple and easy sentences. As far as grammar is concern, we have complete control over it. Your failed effort of hiding name and identity clearly indicates some personal grudge, which we are really not concern.

    However, we always look further to improve ourselves which you will witness over period of time. We are on our growth & success path and constant act upon instead of doing nothing like few people. Thank you for such great comments. -:)

  6. You guys should really invest in a copywriter, or at least have the articles vetted by someone who knows how to spell and some basic english grammar.


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