Earlier today we reported on the LG X3 which looks to be one of the first quad-core phones that will hit the Android world sometime in the near future. The X3 features Nvidia’s quad-core Tegra 3 processor. The X3 is expected to be one of many new smartphones introduced by LG at Mobile World Congress.
Today, LG issues a press release to announce their new logo for their legacy brand the Optimus. The LG Optimus Q was the first Android powered smartphone to come from the S.Korean manufacturer. The Optimus line was a solid mid-range line of Android devices that was sold across all US carriers with different letter designations for carrier. LG also pumped the Optimus out to prepaid carriers in the US.
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LG continued to use the Optimus name over seas with the Optimus Pad and Optimus 2X. Both of those devices hit the US however the Optimus Pad was the T-Mobile G-Slate and the Optimus 2x was the T-Mobile G2x.
LG looks to expand the Optimus brand this year with their smartphone line up that they will be announcing in a little over a week at Mobile World congress. According to the company the new sleek metallic edges are representative of the slim shape their new smartphones will have.
LG is looking forward to showing off their new phones and new logo in Barcelona.
source: LG via AndroidGuys