Apple may have targeted the direct threat to iPhone and the iPad, but Android partners are unstoppable force. Now, LG has announced the launch of Optimus Sol, running on the Android 2.3 Gingerbread, the most powerful mobile operating system.
Optimus Sol offers 9.8mm slimness with a brilliant 3.8-inch "Ultra AMOLED" display. With a depth of only 9.8mm, the LG Optimus Sol boasts a sophisticated design, solid feel and enhanced user experience. It runs on a 1GHz CPU, and offer box-free Internet experience with Flash 10.1.
It has a a 3.8-inch WVGA Ultra AMOLED display with a superior color gamut. The new and improved Ultra AMOLED display has a two-fold advanced reflection rate compared to standard AMOLED displays, and reduces image quality degradation.
The device uses an enhanced idle-based power management system that boosts battery life by 20 to 30 percent. With the Dark UI selected, the Optimus Sol utilizes less white light in order to extend the battery life performance. The phone includes a 5.0MP camera for fast auto-shuttering, auto-focusing and shot-to-shot. Users can also take full advantage of multimedia connectivity via onscreen links to DLNA and Wi-Fi Direct.
This new handset will be introduced in Europe beginning mid-September, followed by roll-outs in Central and South America. The Optimus Sol will be available in black, titan and white, availability depending on the region.