Electronic Goods manufacturer LG will probably launch its latest smartphone model G2 in Indian market in the third week of September with an estimated price tag of Rs 38,990. The device sports a 5.2″ Full HD IPS Display with 1920×1080 pixels screen resolution and 423 ppi pixel density.
The phone is powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 800 Quad core processor which clocks 2.2GHz.It has 2GB LPDDR3 RAM and 32GB ROM. Also the phone features high quality audio with the support of 24bit 192kHz HiFi Sound. G2 also features multi-mic recording with advanced noise cancellation.
It homes a 13MP camera with OIS (Optical Image Stabilizer) technology and 8x Digital zoom. It features Sapphire Crystal Glass Lens, multi-point Auto Focus (9 Points) and Full HD Recording/Playback at 60fps. The device’s power supply is maintained by an embedded 3000 mAh Li-Po battery.
LG had added some attractive features in G2. One of them is the Guest Mode, using which, a user can personalize the user experience for different users by controlling the apps and capabilities. Also the user can select different home screens for different users and create separate pattern locks.
[advt]Another feature is Audio Zooming which lets a user to listen to a specific audio source by zooming onto the subject while recording video. This unique feature uses three stereo mikes, which amplify sound from the specified angle and minimize the surrounding noise.
‘KnockON‘ feature helps users to wake their phone’s display by a simple knocking gesture so that users can stop pressing the power key to turn on the display. The Plug & Pop feature helps the users to to listen to music by simply plugging in their headphones. The feature also allows users to sync files by plugging in to a USB cable.
Dual Recording/Dual Camera lets users to activate the front and rear cameras simultaneously, so that they can record themselves and their subject at the same time. This feature works with both camera and video modes, using picture-in picture technology to put their face in any photo or video they shoot.
Tracking Zoom lets users focus and highlight a particular subject, while keeping the rest of the scene in view. Zoom to Track feature zooms in and tracks a selected subject throughout the clip.
Capture Plus feature lets users take a screen shot of a full web page, with precise border controls. Another feature Clip Tray works as a clipboard which stores pictures, text, links etc for later reference.