LG has unveiled two new Android phones for its domestic market. It’s the LG-LU2300 and LG-SU950/KU9500 that will be sold on LG Telecom and SK Telecom/KT respectively. Both the phones boast similar specs except for few changes in LU2300 in the form of a sliding QWERTY keyboard, a trackball and 3GB internal memory with microSD card slot.
The common features include 1GHz Snapdragon processor, 3.5-inch WVGA screen, 5MP camera, T-DMB, 3.5mm audio jack, Dolby and DivX support and 1350mAh battery. The phones also have LG’s Air Sync that wirelessly backs up user’s contacts, mails, photos etc. and an augmented reality app called Scan Search.
The price for both the devices has not been fixed but LU2300 will arrive in May with Android 1.6 (2.1 update due in August) and SU950/KU9500 will arrive in June running Android 2.1.