LG Thrill 4G announced


The world of 4G phones are getting populated by the day, and here we have the LG Thrill 4G that will be made available as an exclusive hanset to AT&T retail stores throughout the US albeit in the coming months. It will feature high-speed integration of dual-core/dual-channel 1GHz RAM that is more than capable of handling 4G speeds, delivering a powerful smartphone experience regardless of where yo are.

It must be taken note as well that the LG Thrill 4G is also the first smartphone in the US that will come with a 3D display – albeit not requiring you to wear a pair of 3D glasses in the process, so that ought to up the ante when you’re vying with the rest of your mates to have the best handset among yourselves.

Touted to be the ideal handset when it comes to on-the-move entertainment, the LG Thrill 4G will not disappoint your eyes as it comes with a 4.3-inch capacitive touch screen display alongside the aforementioned 1GHz dual-core/dual-channel RAM that paves the way for powerful mobile processing, flawless viewing and effortless multitasking.

Since 3D is all the rage this year at CES when it comes to flat screen TVs, cameras and camcorders, you will be able to shoot life-like images, video and even experience real 3D gaming. With two 5-megapixel stereoscopic 3D cameras, it will also be accompanied by a microSD memory card slot, where it can shoot crystal-clear 3D images and view 720p HD 3D video playback in a jiffy without any slowdown (fingers crossed!).

You can also share your own generated 3D content with other people worldwide, as HDMI-out and DLNA will come with wireless content streaming options, making the sharing of 3D content a whole lot easier than ever. It still remains to be seen how much the LG Thrill 4G will cost when it arrives, and when – but we do think that this will reside somewhere in the top tier of things. My colleague, Mark R who is at CTIA Wireless, did mention about AT&T launching it though.

Press Release

3 reviews or comments

Joseph Says: March 22, 2011 at 8:29 pm

Why would you put an HTC WinPhone7 device in the image next to the new LG Android device your article describes? It’s pretty easy to crop an image to only show the relevant device.

lizabeth Says: March 9, 2012 at 11:31 am

this phone sucks balllllllllllls….battery runs down in an instant

Jennifer Says: March 26, 2012 at 8:55 pm

LOVE THIS PHONE!! Works great, fast, super clear pictures.

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