Remember the LG CX2? For those unfamiliar, the LG CX2, which has yet to be officially announced, has been rumored to be the successor to the LG Optimus 3D, the Optimus 3D 2/3D Max. While we were treated to a rendering of the device in the past, we now have a new rendering of the LG CX2, this time pictured in white.
Thanks to the new coat of paint, the capacitive buttons appear to have been camouflaged, and the UI of the phone has been given the 3D treatment, although in this case we’re guessing it’s more like a 3D effect, rather than the actual stereoscopic 3D technology that will be the main highlight of the LG CX2.
New reports of the device’s specs have revealed that the phone will be sporting a higher-than-WVGA resolution, possibly a HD-IPS display with a 720×1280 resolution much like the LG Optimus LTE. No mention about the rest of its specs, which means that for now we can assume that it will stick to its previously leaked specs, which means a 1.2GHz dual-core TI processor, dual-rear 5MP cameras, 8GB of internal storage, WiFi, Bluetooth and with Android on board.
The device has yet to be confirmed, but with LG’s upcoming media event at MWC expected to showcase “new revolutionary smartphones”, perhaps we will be able to get confirmation and additional details of the LG CX2 then.