Web leak offers mobile recycling fans a sneak look at LG Optimus 7
11 October 2010 — 7:21 PM
A sneak preview on the internet has given people planning to recycle a mobile phone a look at what they could upgrade to.
Asavin Wattanjantra, writing for CNET UK, tells how a leak on the LG blog was spotted by the website Recombu, which saved details of the new Optimus 7 phone.
Among the headline specifications that could help to attract those who are on the lookout for a new device are the use of Live Tiles - the unique screen interface - as well as the inclusion of a 3.8-inch touchscreen.
Social networking fans are also well catered for, with LG providing a tool that allows voice recordings to be transcribed as text on sites such as Facebook and Twitter.
And the manufacturer is proud of its Play-To feature, the author states, with the technology allowing pictures and videos to be accessed through other compatible devices.
LG says its products and designs are an investment in the future, offering innovative and unique creations to the world.
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