The Optimus 3D Max sports a 4.3-inch screen employing WVGA resolution and NOVA display. An OMAP4430 dual core, dual memory and dual channel processor clocking in at a frequency of 1.2GHz takes care of all the operations. Packing 1GB RAM, the phone features 8GB onboard memory and entails a slot for a microSD card as well. Coming as a highlight is the fact that the handset is equipped with not one, but two 5MP cameras. The complete show is run by the Gingerbread platform.
Soon Kwon, President South West Asia Region & MD, LG India, remarked “LG Optimus 3D Max is a natural and powerful evolution of LG Optimus 3D. Building on the phenomenal success of the original Optimus 3D, we are proud to unveil this ultimate Smartphone. In 2012, we will take LG’s leadership in Speed, Screen and Content to a whole new level. With the Optimus 3D MAX, we want to set new standards of quality viewing and powerful performance on mobiles packed in a slim and modern design.”
The device also offers connectivity options like MHL, HDMI and DLNA with video streaming in resolutions of 1080p. The ICS-running LG Optimus L7 has also been launched, which is one of the L-Style series phones. Besides, it is touted to be the first device featuring the LG Optimus UI 3.0 interface. Its other hardware components include a 4.3-inch display, 5MP snapper and 4GB internal memory.
The LG Optimus 3D Max price for India is marked at Rs. 30,500 while the LG Optimus L7 price is tagged at Rs. 19,900. The devices are shipping now.