T-Mobile's dual-core, LG Optimus L9 Video
T-Mobile's dual-core, LG Optimus L9 Video Transcript
-Hello everybody. It's Lynn La from CNET coming into you guys from San Diego, California at MobileCon 2012 with the LG Optimus L9 from T-Mobile. The Optimus L9 features a 4.5-inch display. It comes with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, and inside, it's powered by a 1-gigahertz dual core processor. On the back, there's a 5-megapixel camera that's capable of recording 1080p HD video. Other features include LG QuickMemo that lets you jot down notes really quickly and the Optimus 3.0 UI. Overall, the handset is powered by a 2.15 ampere hour battery. No, we don't have any pricing or availability days right now, but T-Mobile did tell us that the device is coming soon. Again, I'm Lynn from CNET bringing you guys the LG Optimus L9.
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