LG has just announced the launch of its newest Android powered handset, the Optimus SOL e730. The device, targeted at the midrange segment is one of the many Android powered phones announced by LG in recent times. The Sol E730 will be positioned below the likes of the Optimus 2X and the Optimus 3D – all high end Android devices from the Korean major.
Let’s take a look at the spec sheet now. This one is powered by a now standard 1 GHz processor and boasts of the first Ultra AMOLED display to be used on LG. The screen measure 3.8 inches across and sports a resolution of 800*480 (WVGA) which is on par with most Android handsets of the day. The device is also quite thin at 9.8mm. LG also claims that the device has an enhanced idle based power management system which boosts battery life by up to 30 per cent.
For all you shutterbugs out there, there is a decent 5 megapixel camera at the back which we assume should also offer decent video recording capability. Connectivity wise, the device boasts of full DLNA support and also gets Bluetooth, GPS and HSDPA.
The phone would be on sale across Europe by September followed by a Latin American launch a few weeks later.