Looks like LG won’t have any surprises in store for its MWC press conference this Sunday. The Korean company has already announced a myriad of devices, and now we even get videos of three of them, and a fourth has starred in a comprehensive photo shoot.
The LG Optimus 4X HD, undoubtedly LG’s flagship smartphone for the coming months, has been officially unveiled earlier today. And if you were wondering just what LG’s skinned version of Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich looks like, have a look at this video (unless you know Italian, in which case listening will make sense too):
The video comes courtesy of Telefonino.net. The Italian website has also scored some hands-on time with the upcoming LG Optimus 3D Max, the sequel to the original Optimus 3D.
And, in case you like bigger devices, here’s a video showcasing the LG Optimus Vu, the first real competitor to Samsung’s Galaxy Note:
Finally, if you’re interested in the LG Optimus L7, announced a few days ago as the highest-end of the Optimus L series, know that it has had its very own photo shoot with the same Telefonino.net. Here are some of the best pictures that resulted:
It certainly looks interesting. Come back this Sunday and you’ll see extensive hands-on sessions with all these devices from Mobile World Congress, brought to you directly by the Unwired View team. We also expect to see the previously unseen ‘in the flesh’ Optimus L5 and L3. And who knows, maybe LG has a secret up its sleeve after all… We’ll know on Sunday.