LG, interestingly, has been pretty quiet these past few months. And when big companies (or at least the ones that have been known to deliver well in their industries) behave that way, it's most likely because they are working on something big.
In LG's case, that big 'thing' could very well be the recently-leaked LG Star Android phone --
LG Star (right) dwarfing iPhone 4
Touted as LG's 2011 flagship phone and running on the most updated version of the Android OS, LG Star is going to be the very first smartphone to be powered by a 1 Ghz Dual-Core Tegra 2 processor. Having such a chip means that this handset can easily slay other smartphones in multiple benchmark tests and even set a new standard in terms of how powerful or how snappy a cellphone can be.
But what makes LG Star a worthy competition in its category isn't just its powerful chip and operating system. This phone also comes with top-of-the-line specifications and features. Sporting a massive 4" display, Star flaunts an 8 MegaPixel camera with Autofocus and LED flash that's also capable of recording 1080p high-definition videos. As for connectivity options, LG Star supports WiFi 802.11 b/g/n, 3G and Bluetooth v2.1 with A2DP. Some of the ports that you will find on the device include microUSB v2.0 and HDMI for TV-out.
Last week, GSM Israel News got hold of an actual LG Star unit and released this hands-on video. I honestly can't understand a word they're saying but based on the comments I guess they have nothing but praises for the device;
We're still awaiting official word from LG regarding LG Star. As such, keep checking TP for pricing and release details of the phone.