CM10 Progressing Nicely On LG Optimus 4X HD Smartphone

Since Jelly Bean’s release to AOSP earlier in the week, developers have been busy at work porting the buttery OS to a variety of devices. Naturally, the famed CyanogenMod team would be among the first to get a functional ROM working on a device and so it comes that we see CM10 in all its glory on the sexy and powerful LG Optimus 4X HD. Superstud Ricardo Cerquiera posted a video on both his Google+ and YouTube pages which indicates CM10 working pretty well for the most part including the camera apps, phone app and multitasking looking topnotch. As with most early builds of ROMs, there are still a couple of kinks that need to be worked out— specifically the Google Search app that needs to be tweaked a little.

Naturally this is not available to the public just yet nor do we have an idea of when it will remotely be available. Still, considering the ROM looks smooth and solid for the most part, it’s not unreasonable to think the CM10 port will be here sooner than later.

source: Ricardo Cerquiera+

LG Optimus 4X HD Smiles For The Camera In White

With word of the Optimus 4X HD coming to the market in February, LG has introduced the monster handset now available in white.  The guys over at ePrice gave the handset a one-over and it looks fairly impressive.  Not to mention, white seems to be all the craze these days.  Like the black version, the 4X HD also sports Android 4.0 ICS, houses a 4.7-inch IPS HD display and sports Nvidia’s quad-core 1.5 GHz Tegra 3 CPU.  There’s also an 8 mp camera, 1.3 mp front shooter, 1GB of RAM and 16 GB’s of internal storage.  There’s also the ability to add an sd card up to 32 GB’s all wrapped up in a slim 8.7mm form factor.  Check out ePrice’s video demo of the device in action as well as the pics and don’t forget to let us know what you think in the comments below.  
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