We all know how hard it is to view things on your phone’s display under direct sunlight. The Korean manufacturer LG has a new Android-powered smartphone that solves this problem. This is the E730 or the Optimus Sol.
This new smartphone sports a 3.8 inch Ultra AMOLED touch screen, which is designed to make it easier for users to view whatever they would like to see under direct sunlight.
Aside from better visibility under direct sunlight, the phone conserves battery life with a new interface. The new Dark interface reduces white light emitted on the display. This is said to prolong battery life by almost a third.
The LG Optimus Sol runs on Android’s smartphone-optimized OS Gingerbread. Under the hood will be a 1 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor and 512 MB of RAM. It will come with 150 MB of internal storage and microSD support.
It will sport a 5 MP camera, stream media to compatible HDTVs via DLNA, and will come with Adobe Flash 10.1 support for better web browsing and video streaming.
The Gingerbread-powered LG Optimus Sol will be coming sometime in September. Get ready for enjoying viewing anything from videos, photos, and the web under the sun.
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