While there are lots of excitement about the other quad-core Android phone, the LG has joined the party after the estimated Optimus 4X HD launched in several European countries next month. Germany, Sweden, Britain, Italy and Poland all on deck in June, which will bring the latest variant of Optimus 4.7-inch LCD 720p HD IP, Tegra 3 CPU (and saw a white reference here) and 2150 mAh battery coupled with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. On the software side, LG is touting the ability to create and share notes fast and “Media Flex” video playback. We got our hands around this one for MWC 2012 a few months ago so the drop in your neck of the woods, check out our gallery and video for a closer look.
A commitment to upgrade the Ice Cream Sandwich is not, but that we should mock fresh software that increases the battery life? By Droid-Life what Motorola has in store for the first update Droid four officers – née 6.13.219. Hit the airwaves in the coming weeks, there is more to tweak its longevity, the widget MotoCast new, improved WiFi connectivity and improvements related to “blank screen delay and congestion.” Time will tell if that water until Google releases latest Motorola, but until then, calm yourself by reading more at the source link below.
In general, when we talk of hybrids, we are talking about battery power the car either alone at low speeds, only igniting internal combustion engine when extra cars giddy-up as needed, or electric shock are gas piston driving change in the power plant glorified. E-Tron Audi Quattro is a little different, however. The R18 sports a traction system to all four wheels which operates a hub in an electric motor, while others get the juice from the 510 hp V6. E-Tron Quattro also has a brother, the Audi R18 Ultra, which seeks to offset the additional weight of the hybrid powertrain using a lightweight material such as carbon fiber, if possible – including the gearbox. Both cars make their debut at the 24 Hours of Le Mans on June 16. For more details see the PR after the break.