After announcing its first curved display smartphone LG G Flex globally, LG has now introduced a new Android full HD display bearing smartphone in South Korea this week. This new phone is dubbed as LG Gx, and will be first available via telecom operator LG U+, according to LG.

The phone is said to support telecom operator’s new Broadband LTE network, which offer faster data download and upload speeds than LTE-A. LG U+’ Broadband LTE network is going live in Seoul and surrounding areas this year, followed by other parts of the country next year.



The LG Gx packs 5.5-inch full HD IPS display, and comes equipped with a quad-core Snapdragon 600 processor, 2GB of RAM, 32GB on-board storage, 13MP rear camera, 2.1MP front camera, and a marathon 3,140 mAh battery. For connectivity, the phone has Bluetooth 4.0, Wi-Fi, GPS, LTE and NFC support. There is no word on the running Android version on the phone yet.

In addition, the LG Gx includes several software tweaks such as Smart Day, which gives you an overview of the your schedule, weather, and other key information right on the lock-screen. Apart from Smart Day, there are other features like Media Time, Smart Memo, U+ Navi, QRemote and Knock On.

There is no word on the pricing as well as the availability of the phone outside Korean market yet, but keeping the pst track history of the company in mind, the LG Gx or at least a variant of it is highly expected to be launched in other markets.