Yeah, you read the title right. The LG Optimus LTE2 has just been announced, and will feature a whopping 2 GB of RAM. That is double of what any other Android smartphone (including the just announced SGS3) has. Whether or not the extra gig of RAM will actually help performance remains to be seen, but it definitely can’t hurt. Other notable specs on the phone will be a TrueHD IPS display, which will have the standard RGB sub pixel layout (unlike the Galaxy S3’s PenTile display).
Unfortunately, we still don’t don’t know what processor LG’s flagship phone will be rocking. But given the fact that it will support LTE, we’re inclined to guess it will be the Snapdragon S4 (hopefully the pro version). The Optimus LTE will also have wireless induction charging, a large 2150 mAh battery, and will run Android 4.0 with LG’s custom interface over top. The phone is expected to go on sale sometime in May in Korea, with no word on an international release date just yet.
Source: LG Korea