November 16, 2010 | by Lars Aronsson
Remember when LG promised it would deliver Tegra 2 powered Android devices with dual-core processors in Q4 2010? Well, they won’t arrive this year, but in early 2011 when we’ll get an Optimus phone rocking a dual-core Tegra 2 processor, an 8 megapixel camera with 1080p video recording, as well as a front-facing cam. That’s pretty impressive specs.
It will be the very first Android phone packing a dual-core CPU, and the device is currently codenamed Star by LG, but that will likely change before the phone is released. As the Google logo on the back of the device suggests, the Star is said to run a virtually unaltered version of Android with no modifications, which is great news for those who prefer Android just the way Google made it.
LG’s future flagship Android phone will come with a 1500mAh battery, a micro SD slot and micro USB connectivity. The Star should arrive in early 2011, and it will be a battle of the titans when it goes head-to-head with Samsung’s latest and greatest. Who will win?