December 1, 2010 | by Lars Aronsson
We got to see some nice pictures of the LG Star yesterday, and soon thereafter the first hands-on video of LG’s upcoming flag-ship Android device appeared, courtesy of tech site GSM Israel. As previously reported, the Star will rock a dual-core Nvidia Tegra 2 processor, a 4-inch touchscreen, 512MB of RAM, a HDMI port, and an 8MP camera in combination with a front-facing shooter.
In the video, we get a close look at the hardware of the Star and also of LG’s custom Android interface. All in all, the unit seems snappy and its browser shows great promise. We also get a glimpse of LG’s own Facebook app. The Star is currently running Android 2.2, but the device is expected to feature Gingerbread when it’s launched in Q1 2011.
You won’t understand a word the man is saying unless you speak Hebrew, but it’s an informative video nonetheless.