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Dual-core CPU; Great design; Superb display; 1080p video recording; Impressive multimedia performance; Well priced.
Excellent Display, Simple UI, Superior Video Playback, Virtual Keyboard is Very Accurate, Capable of Recording 1080p Videos.
Touchscreen, Looks, Audio Output, Applications.
Above average hardware performance, Good multimedia features and an HDMI port, Nice user interface with gesture controls.
Beautifully built, very fast thanks to its Tegra 2 chip.
NVidia graphics chip, 4in vibrant display.
Miserable battery performance; Buggy UI; Still camera not up to the mark; No Gingerbread update yet.
Recorded Videos are Choppy, Plain Looks, External Speakers Have Low Volume
Sensitivity of touch screen.
Insufficiently sharp imaging on the display, Lack of a dedicated key for turning on the camera.
Backlight auto-adjust doesn't work well, especially outdoors, and there is a little gap that collects pocket detritus.
By Tech-Reviews UK on September 19, 2011
Overall, there are definite areas for improvement with the LG Optimus 2X, but there are some rather impressive areas such as the camera quality, fast and smooth operating of the software on top of the Tegra 2 chip, and also high quality 4-inch screen...
By TechTree on August 11, 2011
The LG Optimus 2X is available for Rs 25,500 in the market. This makes it the most affordable dual-core phone in India. The phone offers impressive multitasking performance that cannot be matched by any other device at this price point. On the other...
By Gadget Guy Australia on July 19, 2011
Equipped with the super-grunty Nvidia Tegra 2 processor – the same chip powering the better iPad competitors on the market – LG’s Optimus 2X should have performed more impressively than it did. Should a software or OS upgrade...
By IT PRO on July 17, 2011
Although not quite as slick or stylish as the dual-core competition, the Optimus 2X is still an extremely capable Android smartphone. So, as long as LG updates the OS as promised, it’s a budget, if less desirable, alternative to the mighty Samsung...
By ZOMGitsCj on June 20, 2011
2010 wasnt a great year for LG’s mobile segment. They entered as one of the fastest growing manufacturers with the Optimus series but soon fizzled out. In 2011 it looks like the company hopes to change that, with the Optimus 2X proving that LG...
By Fudzilla on June 17, 2011
In case you want to give a little bit less than for high end HTC or Galaxy S II phone and you like the HDMI 1080p recording and video playback and the gaming capabilities or Tegra 2, you should strongly consider this phone. Many carriers across...
By OCWorkBench on June 16, 2011
The LG Optimus 2x is a pretty cool phone to own. The phone is very responsive with tactile feel. In addition, you would also run games optimised for Tegra 2 from Tegra zone. With Dual Core and an optimised firmware, we would expect further...
By PCWorld India on June 15, 2011
The LG Optimus 2X is an Android 2.2 (Froyo) smartphone that runs on a dual-core Nvidia Tegra processor....
By PCWorld New Zealand on June 14, 2011
If you’re looking for a high-end smartphone from 2degrees, the LG Optimus 2X is it. It’s New Zealand’s first dual-core smartphone – although we’re sure there will be a few more over the coming months – and 2degrees...
By MobileWhack on June 10, 2011
So today, we’re going to settle in with an LG Optimus 2x, and this one will pack a lot in it. Will it be everything you want? No, not so much. But will it do a nice job of taking care of business?The LG Optimus 2x runs Android 2.2.1, and offers up...
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