The LG Optimus 7 multimedia sharing technology is certainly something worth looking into, as it basically allows one to enjoy content on a handset that is streamed from a variety of digital platforms, achieved through a simple finger flick. This preinstalled feature would enable users to send files straight from the phone’s media gallery without the need to exit for a different application. Basically, compatible devices within the same Wi-Fi zone will be displayed automatically, where you can then flick media files to the targeted device. Anything from 720p HD videos to high-resolution photos and high-quality music files are game, helping you live out the wireless utopia you’ve always dreamed of. Expect this special media file-sharing technology to be included in the upcoming LG Optimus 7 smartphone.
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