The LG Optimus True HD LTE is a monstrous phone with a 4.5-inch IPS screen with a resolution of 720 × 1280 pixels in HD technology. In addition, the screen has a standard RGB matrix, which is better than Samsung’s Pen Tile layout in HD Super Amoled displays. Impressive, isn’t it? That is not the end.
LG Optimus True HD LTE has a dual-core processor running at 1.5 GHz and above all it has an LTE connection! LG seems to be dangerously angry at the far more famous competition from the same country, so it wants to catch up with the powerful Samsung as soon as possible. LG wants to bring down their unofficial slogan “everything you do, I can do better”!
We could immediately say that the LG Optimus True HD LTE is a competitor to the Samsung Galaxy S II HD LTE model. Compared to it, the LG Optimus True HD LTE has a slightly smaller screen, because Samsung’s trump card is equipped with a 4.65-inch screen.
LG certainly has an advantage when it comes to pixel density, which with this phone is 326 pixels per inch. To compare these two phones, click HERE.
The rest of the specification says that they are almost identical (the mentioned 1.5 GHz processor, 1GB of RAM, Android 2.3 Gingerbread – which is certainly a flaw, but not a mortal sin and of course the LTE connection).
The LG Optimus True HD LTE has 4GB of internal memory (of which 1GB is RAM). It includes a microSD card, as well as all possible types of connections.
The LG Optimus True HD LTE also has two cameras, 8 MP and 1.3 MP. A better camera is able to take photos of 3264 × 2448 pixels and “capture” 1080p video. So, real HD.
There is also a 1,830 mAh battery, which according to available data allows for about 10 hours of talk time, which is quite acceptable. In stand-by mode, it is able to last up to 250 hours.