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LG Optimus 4X HD, Optimus 3D Max and Optimus Vu Surface on Video



We’re still a couple of days out from the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona and while we already know what LG will be showing off there, the company has yet to give us an in-depth glimpse at its devices. Cue Italian site Telefonio who has managed to snag video of LG’s elusive MWC lineup which includes the Optimus 4X HD, the Optimus 3D Max, and the Galaxy Note competitor, the Optimus Vu.

Of course, those are only three of the devices that LG will be showing off at this year’s show.

It will also be showing off its new L-Series of Optimus smartphones which includes the Optimus L3, Optimus L5, and Optimus L7. None of those have shown up on video yet though.

(Read: LG Confirms Three New Optimus Smartphones.)

In any event, what you see here are the three big devices that LG will be showing off next week.

We have LG’s latest 3D smartphone in the Optimus 3D Max.

Next, we have the Tegra 3 quad-core powered Optimus 4X HD.

And lastly we have the Optimus Vu, a smartphone that boasts a massive 5-inch display with a stylus to boot.

Unfortunately, only our readers who know Italian will be able to understand what’s going on.

For the rest of you, you’ll just have to marvel over the hardware and software while pretending to know what’s being said.

The Mobile World Congress is set to kick off on February 26th in Barcelona, Spain and while LG figures to be one of the more heavily involved companies, it won’t be the only making announcements.

HTC and Nokia are poised to launch several new devices and other companies like Fujitsu and Huawei will be involved as well.

(Read: What to Expect from Nokia at Mobile World Congress.)

The event’s focus will likely be on NVIDIA’s Tegra 3 quad-core processor, a chip that the company says will start shipping inside smartphones sometime this quarter.

Via: Telefonio, Android and Me

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