Qualcomm’s powerful 1GHz Snapdragon processor is a perfect match for smartphones that includes multitasking processes and lots of features. However, LG thinks otherwise. Back in its homeland, they have launched Snapdragon toting Maxx (LG9400) feature phone for its own LG Network.
Maxx has a 3.5-inch touchscreen display, a 3D UI presumably S-Class, HD Video, DivX, GPS, T-DMB, Wi-Fi and 5MP Camera.
Price is not known. Its priced at 800,000 KRW (700 USD).
In other related news, LG will also launch a Snapdragon-based smartphone for other Korean operators, SK Telecom and KT.
Display: 3.5 inches LCD WVGA
Color: Black, Gold (Coming Soon)
MicroSD external memory slot (supports up to 32GB)
Connectivity: Wi-Fi WLAN, EVDO Rev.A
Battery: 1,500 mAh
Talk Time: about 400 minutes or more
Standby Time: Approximately 250 hours
Other key features: Earphone Jack 3.5mm, DivX support, Bluetooth, HD-class high-definition video playback and terrestrial DMB, multi-touch, etc.
Price: 800,000 KRW (700 USD)