LG P880 Optimus 4X HD
LG P880 Optimus 4X HD has a very nice 4.7-inch, IPS touchscreen display, which offers 720p HD resolution. The textured rear cover of the phone comes off to reveal an NFC antenna on its underside. The Optimus 4X packs 16GB of built-in storage, an Nvidia Tegra 3 quad-core processor and 1 GB of RAM. LG equipped the Optimus 4X HD with 8 megapixel camera and a 2150mAh battery.
Powerful quadcore processor.
Runs Android Ice Cream Sandwich.
Good user experience.
Strong battery life.
Most compact of the Android flagships.
Regular SIM and microSD slots.
Handy new features like Quick Memo.
Media Plex (video playback) and Time Machine (frame pre-capture)
Camera isn't as good as competitors'.
Optimus 3.0 UI is a bit clunky.
Build feels a bit cheap.
A couple of small bugs.
Automatic brightness adjustment only works from a preset baseline.
By TechSpot on September 12, 2012
So while the Optimus 4X HD isn't the best looking kid on the block, it certainly turns out to be one of the more brainy and personable kids. That's more than good enough for me to highly recommend...85
By Whathifi.com on September 12, 2013
The LG doesn't do a lot to stand out from the crowd, clearly borrowing from a blueprint of how to build a successful smartphone. That said, it's delivered pretty well. Nicely put together, fast and intuitive to use, and solid with music and...80
By Good Gear Guide on March 05, 2013
LG just couldn't wait for Mobile World Congress. Just days before the world's largest mobile trade show officially kicked off in 2012, the company officially took the wraps off another new smartphone, this time the Optimus 4X HD.• LG...-
By Expert Reviews on September 20, 2012
It’s strange to give a range-topping handset a Budget Buy award, but the powerful Optimus 4X HD is a real bargain on...100
By 5FWD on September 19, 2012
The LG Optimus 4X HD may look the spitting image of Samsung's Galaxy S2, but it's a much more powerful blower. It's still a hard sell though, with the Samsung Galaxy S3 and HTC One X on the prowl, and the iPhone 5 on the way. Why trust LG to...80
By The Inquirer on September 17, 2012
THE LG OPTIMUS 4X HD might be late to the game, but it looks set to try and woo customers away from the Samsung Galaxy S3 and HTC One X with to its a quad-core Nvidia processor and £400 price tag. However, given its late entrance into the quad-core...60
By V3.co.uk on September 14, 2012
A solid, yet uninspiring smartphone that replicates the quad-core Android user experience previously seen on the One X and Galaxy...60
By itproportal.com on September 10, 2012
LG hasn't quite managed to pull off a complete win here. Battery life disappoints if you push this handset hard, and the hardware design could have been sleeker. With Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean) now here, the phone is a tad behind the times, and the...80
By Trusted Reviews on September 06, 2012
Like Man United and Man City, there's an intense rivalry between Samsung and LG. They both dominate in their native homeland of South Korea, but when it comes to smartphones all the attention has been focused on the Samsung Galaxy S3 of late, with...80
By AnandTech on August 29, 2012
LG, recently, has been in a pretty uncertain place in the smartphone world. It’s been a long while since it had a relevant high end Android device, especially in the US market. The low end Optimus T and it’s stateside variants have succeeded...-