5.2 inch LG G2 Smartphone officially get introduced

The much rumored 5.2 inch LG G2 Smartphone officially get introduced by the Company today. LG introduced their new flagship phone in the New York event today. It is the first ever Smartphone on ‘G’ series of LG.

5.2 inch LG G2LG G2 Smartphone has 5.2 inch full-HD display with resolutions 1920*1080px. LG G2 has ultra-thin bezel which helps to easy to handle it. The high display quality is ensures by IPS technology along with a rating of 450nits. There is no physical button within the front phase of LG G2 Smartphone.

“Our definition of innovation today is technology that truly resonates with consumers” said CEO of LG electronics mobile communication Company. The 5.2 inch Smartphone has a stunning look with better body. The phone uses Graphic RAM to reduce power consumption. It is reported that it will save battery standby by 26 percentage.

Features of 5.2 inch LG G2 Smartphone

The LG G2 Smartphone will available in 16GB and 32GB internal memory format. The phone is powered by 2.3GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor. The advanced processor ensures lightning fast performance and high end graphics support for the Smartphone. It is the fastest ARM based processor available today.

The LG G2 Smartphone runs on android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean operating system. It promises the smooth and secured performance through the phone. It brings advanced Google services along with Google Now support.LG G2 camera

The LG G2 Smartphone has 13 megapixel camera with LED flash. It is featured with Optical Image Stabilization. The OSI technology promises to provide low light photography. It is also featured with HDR. The camera helps to make full HD video recording. The studio quality Hi-Fi sound within LG G2 provides superior sound for multimedia files.

The lightning fast 4G LTE network support ensures high speed data and high voice quality for LG G2 Smartphone. This Smartphone will available in black and while color options. The 5.2 inch LG G2 will available in coming months in over 130 carriers around the world.