Optimus G (Sprint) | LG
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The Wi-Fi Alliance is announcing the beginning of its certification program for its Miracast streaming standard. The first consumer devices to support the standard are the LG Optimus G and Samsung Galaxy S III.
Sony's upcoming Xperia V will use sensor-on-lens touchscreen technology to reduce the thickness of the display and improve performance — a move that follows LG and is expected to be mimicked by Apple in the iPhone 5.
LG's new L9 continues its L-Series design-centric lineup with a 1GHz dual-core processor, 5-megapixel rear-facing camera, and a 4.7-inch screen. The phone also includes QTranslator, a new app that uses optical character recognition to translate text from 44 foreign languages.
We take a look at LG's new S4 Pro-toting flagship Optimus G at NTT Docomo's launch event in Tokyo. Unlike international variants, the Japanese version of the handset will be waterproof.