The LG Optimus 2X is one of the first Android phones to boast a dual-core Nvidia Tegra 2 1GHz processor with an impressive eight-core GeForce graphics processing unit to boot. We’re talking top of-the-line hardware in this smartphone, although unfortunately this particular model doesn’t support any North American 3G or 4G connectivity. The specs still sound pretty awesome and we expect to see a very quick device, but is LG’s customized version of Android 2.2 up to the task? Read on for our full review of the LG Optimus 2X. with 1 GHz Dual Core Tegra 2 Processor, Full HD Video Play on 4.0” IPS Screen, 8 MP Camera, LED Flash with Full HD 1080p Video & 1.3 MP Front Camera, HDMI & DLNA Connectivity. It’s equipped with heavy multitasking features with smooth user experience. It takes only half of time to load web pages or open big files. One can play high graphic games with easeand watch Full HD 1080p videos with no frame lag.
From the form to the finish and well-placed physical keys, the device is of commendable build quality. The flush glass front, which houses the 4-inch WVGA display, is also home to four capacitive touch controls, a forward-facing camera and earpiece. The screen is respectable with good viewing angles, retains legibility under sunlight and comparable to its contemporaries. Run your fingers across the panel and you’ll feel the gentle slopes on the left and right edges. It’s a subtle design element (subliminal even) that lets you “”feel”" where the touch screen begins and ends on the sides. or
The LG Optimus 2X has a fairly nice and slim size and weight at 63.2×123.9×10.9 millimeters and 139 grams. It comes with LG’s flavor of Google Android 2.2.1 and a dual core 32bit NVIDIA Tegra 2 250, along with a 1000MHz CPU with 512MB RAM. In terms of storage it’s got 8GB of internal storage and a microSD slot for expansion. The four-inch 480×800 color IPS TFT LCD looks pretty good, and you’ve also got HDMI video out (the actual full device screen) support and 3.5mm audio jack. For radio bands, you’ve got GSM850, GSM900, GSM1800, GSM1900, UMTS900, and UMTS2100. Of course Bluetooth, WLAN, GPS, A-GPS, QuickGPS, Geotagging, FM radio, and an accelerometer are also on board, plus an eight-megapixel camera, auto-focus, flash, front-facing camera, and a 1500mAh removable battery to power it all. The build quality of the device is quite solid, but the battery cover tends to be very difficult to open.