Earlier this year at CES 2011, LG officially announced the LG Optimus Black which is an amazing looking phone and its main feature is the 4-Inch NOVA touchscreen display which is clearer, brighter, and less power consuming as compared to other displays, that’s what LG said. The phone was recently launched in Singapore and it’s also available in India. Now the phone is heading towards UK where Orange UK will launch this phone any time this month. Orange UK is not alone, T-Mobile UK is also launching it, but no one knows when it’s officially coming out. It looks like both mobile networks will launch it officially later this month, as it’s a device LG fans are dying for. Just like other phones on UK carriers, this device will also go for free on selected plans.
As we told you that it comes with a 4-Inch NOVA display. Other specs are a TI OMAP 3630 1 GHz processor, 5 MP rear camera with HD recording and 2 MP front-facing camera for video chatting, HSPA, Wi-Fi connectivity and Android 2.2. The device is running Froyo out of the box, but it will be upgraded to Gingerbread sooner than expected. Check out this device here at Orange. So who’s getting LG Optimus Black, anyone? Or you are happy with LG Optimus 2x?