It wasn’t too long ago when LG Korea officially presented to the world their latest and possibly greatest Android smartphone to date – the LG Optimus G. While it will be available for those living in Korea starting from next week, those in other countries can expect it in October, but does that include the US? Given that US carriers have a habit of tweaking phones to their specifications in terms of software (and sometimes hardware to a certain extent), it has been reported that the LG Optimus G will only be making its appearance in the US in November.


No word on which carrier will be picking it up, but given its 4G LTE connectivity, we guess either AT&T, Verizon or Sprint (or possibly all three) will be offering it. T-Mobile has yet to roll out their LTE network so perhaps they might be out of the running for now. Either way hopefully there will be more details to be had later today where both LG and Qualcomm will be taking to the stage in NYC, so stay tuned! In the meantime you can check out our hands-on of the device here.

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  • 318 PPI
13 MP
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2100 mAh
    2GB RAM
    • Snapdragon S4 Pro
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    ~$ - Amazon
    145 g
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    Storage (GB)
    • 32
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