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LG Optimus Hub Is The Successor To Optimus One

Question asked by smriti in #Coffee Room on Sep 13, 2011
smriti · Sep 13, 2011
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What was supposed to be Univa is now LG Optimus Hub, the next-in-line to Optimus One in the LG Optimus series. The Optimus Hub features as a 3.5 HVGA multi-touch display with a screen resolution of 480 x 320 pixels.

The LG Optimus Hub will run on Android 2.3.4 Gingerbread Operating System. The phone’s CPU is rumoured to run on ARMv6 core 800MHz processor. The phone carries a 5.0 megapixel flash-less VGA camera with video recording done at 24fps, a notch above Optimus One which operates at 18fps.


The Optimus Hub uses a 512 MB RAM. Expandable micro SD card slot is provided too. GPS, Wi-Fi and 3G services are available for the Optimus Hub. The phone also includes Wi-Fi Direct and Bluetooth connectivity. The phone roughly weighs 123 grams giving it a lightweight, sleek look and has a 1500mAh battery backing 4 hours of talk time.

Considering the processor and RAM specifications, Optimus Hub wouldn’t be able to hold its own if to be used as a rich media client because of the unavailable support for Flash or Browser-based services.

The product is scheduled to be launched in October. Though, LG announced the upcoming Optimus Hub in Italy, taking into account the huge market for Android smartphones in India, it would probably be released here by the year end.

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