- Myriam Joire , Engadget
It's the kind of phone you'd expect James Bond to accessorize his tuxedo with.
- GSMArena team , GSMArena
It seems the Optimus 4X HD has little in the way of bangs and whistles but the overall experience is uncompromised.
Reviews (7.9/10 Avg. rating)
It's a worthy alternative to the best
It may not stand out from the crowd in terms of style or spec, but it's a worthy alternative to the best
First quad core phone, with a decent price, nice design, poor camera
A competitive device with excellent performance, good battery life and a gorgeous screen
Decent handset but lacks innovations
High quality screen with a powerful quad-core and low-cost
LG’s Optimus 4X HD is a powerful quad-core phone that has a natural-looking screen, which displays colours in a realistic way, rather than over saturating them. What stands out isn’t the mighty chipset, but the way it can be customised beyond what Android can offer and can be done on other devices. This alone, adds value to the mobile, making it more of a personal mobile phone, than just like every other handset.
It will however, be pitched against the Samsung Galaxy S3 and HTC One X. These have already been available for a number of months. They have cemented themsel... Full review
Having four cores at disposal, the phone feels pretty fast
It's slim and light, has an excellent HD screen, super fast performance and aggressive price tag
Elegant performance, great performance
It is nonetheless a capable device that will surely appeal to those seeking a totally individual design with a flagship specification
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- LG Optimus 4X HD Manual (PDF)
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