A few days ago we watched as a couple of powerful handheld devices were unveiled. I imagine the Galaxy S III sticks out in your mind but what about the other powerhouse from LG? Remember the LG Optimus LTE2? Yeah, the one with 2GB of RAM. Thanks to Kuccblog, we now have a few more juicy details surrounding the camera of this upcoming device.
We already know that the LTE2 has features such as a 4.5-inch TrueHD IPS screen, 2GB of RAM, Ice Cream Sandwich, wireless charging, and a 2150mAh battery but we are now hearing about camera features that can compare to the likes of the HTC One series phones and the GSIII. Using the ICS camera API, the LTE2 will have very little shutter lag and a “Time Machine” mode that will allow the user to take a burst of pictures with the ability to pick out the best shot from the bunch. Also, the LTE2′s 8MP camera will have a voice activated shutter feature as well as preset filter options such as the popular HDR mode.
Due to hit Korean markets at the end of the month, there is still no word on whether the LTE2 will make its way over to the states. One thing’s for sure though, if LG times it right they could have a strong Galaxy S III competitor on their hands regardless which markets they will meet head-to-head. Be on the look out for this bad boy as I am sure we will be hearing more about this device in the coming weeks. In the meantime, check out some of the mentioned camera features after the break. » Read the rest