The 4 inch touch-screen present on the Optimus EX comes in at a brightness of 700 nits, which means its brightness is equivalent to the light produced by 700 candles. That means it’ll work great in both low and high light conditions and should be even clearer than the iPhone screen. Just be careful though because putting your backlight up high will drain your mobile’s battery very quickly.
Coming in at under 10 mm thick this should be a very sleek and thin smartphone from LG. Rocking Android 2.3.5 Gingerbread and what has now been confirmed as a 1.2 Ghz NVIDIA Tegra 2 dual-core processor, 1GB of RAM, 8GB internal storage and more. It will support will support WiFi, DNLA, Bluetooth and a HDMI-out. It will also feature a 4.0″ 480×800 NOVA display (no H-IPS or HD here), a 5MP camera around the rear yet sadly it wont have an LED flash. We also see a front facing camera which can be used for video calling and it will come with a 1500 mAh battery under the back cover.
So far the Optimus EX has only been confirmed as launching in Korea, but we’re sure it’ll get a worldwide launch. Once we hear more about the Optimus EX you’ll be the first to know.