The Optimus G is one of the most awaiting LG’s flagship, and one the most enhanced features on the Optimus G, that the Korean firm found it innovative and that we’re going to talk a bit on it (Lg talks about it on the video down below), is the 13MP sensor.
But first lets do a breakdown on the features side, the Optimus G runs on the Qualcomm APQ8064 processor, which is the quad-core version of the MSM8960 we saw on the HTC One S and several other phones. It also features a new Adreno 320 GPU, which is said to be significantly more powerful.
First off, the Optimus G will be sold in both 8MP and 13MP varieties depending on the region. Secondly, the camera module was built by LG Innotek, for what that’s worth. The 13MP sensor is backside illuminated with a total size of 1/3.06″ and an estimated pixel size of 1.1 microns per pixel (those are some really tiny pixels there).
Further more features will include a 2GB of RAM, a a 4.7-inch 1280×768 IPS display, 720p True HD IPS display, 13MP camera, 2,100mAh battery and Android 4.0, Ice Cream Sandwich on top of all.