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LG Touts 'World's Thinnest' Smartphone at CES

The news just keeps on coming when it comes to Android devices. The latest new Android device is the new LG Optimus Black smartphone, one of many mobile devices debuting at CES this week.

Enterprise Mobile Today has the skinny on what features are included in the Optimus Black, which joins a crowded field of Android devices ranging from smartphones to tablets – the latter an area LG also plans to make an announcement in. One area LG is leveraging is its strength in displays; the Optimus Black for example, sports a 4-inch display the company says is the brightest on the market.


LAS VEGAS -- LG Electronics today rolled out the LG Optimus Black, a new Android-powered smartphone it claims will be the world's thinnest smartphone with a width of just 9.22 millimeters and weighing in at just 109 grams.

Company officials at the 2011 Consumer Electronics Show said the Optimus Black will also feature an exceptionally bright 4-inch NOVA display that offers 700 nits of brightness and reduces power consumption by 50 percent during typical indoor use compared to a conventional LCD display.

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CES 2011: LG Unveils 'World's Thinnest' Smartphone