LG has launched a new application for Mobile TV users. The application allows live streaming of the movies using Wi-fi and also through 3G connection. It provides users to choose watching full length movies in different languages including latest trailers of the upcoming movies. The in-built application comes with online widget support. It offers on demand service and provides free viewing of television in the initial 2 months from the day of activation.
The mobile TV app offers various features like watching Bollywood entertainment, pre-recorded cartoons, movie trailers, news, live TV and movies. The application comes pre-loaded in the latest LG smartphone, Optimus L7. Along with the launch of Optimus 3D Max, LG released Optimus L7 that runs on Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) Operating System and is powered with a 1GHz processor. The device comes with a 5 Mega Pixel rear camera and a 0.3 Mega Pixel camera in the front for voice conferencing.
Here is a look at some of the specifications of the phone:
Android (4.0.3) Optimus UI
Capacitive, Multi-touch display
Single core, 1000 MHz, ARMv7 processor
MicroSD slot, expandable up to 32 GB
2400 MB in built memory, 512 RAM
Adreno 200 graphics processor
5 Mega Pixel camera with auto focus and LED flash
Wi-fi: 802.11 b, g, n
The demand of the consumers regarding the features of the mobile phones have changed. Their perception towards mobile content has transformed, watching TV on mobile phones is on a high rise. Zenga TV has set an example in the past by providing content to users through its partnership with Bollywood to offer movies and trailers. However, its not the first time for LG to come up offering mobile TV to users, it has done it before when mobile TV was not even so much in demand. Few years ago, LG launched the VX 9400 mobile phone claiming it to support MediaFLO Mobile TV technology by Qualcomm. It has been reported that the market value of the company has been on a decline from some time due to its late Android updates in its smartphone handsets. With the launch of its new mobile TV app, LG is trying every possible thing to bounce back in the market.