Straight from Italy come two new LG handsets: LG Optimus Pro and the Optimus Net model. These are showcased in the videos below, detailing their full features. We’re dealing with the successor of the Optimus One here, that is Optimus Net, while the Optimus Pro is an unit leaked just the other day.

Optimus Pro comes with a combo between touchscreen and QWERTY keyboard, with the QVGA display measuring 2.8 inches in diagonal. Also incorporated we find a 4 row portrait QWERTY keyboard and a Qualcomm MSM7227T 800MHz CPU is the one running Android 2.3.3 on this device. 256MB of RAM, HSDPA and WiFi end the specs list of the phone coming to the market this month with a 180 euro price tag. Does anyone else think that this looks like a BlackBerry?

LG Optimus Net is seen by many as the follow-up the Optimus One, especially due to its design. The specs are not at all bad, with an 800 MHz CPU, 512MB RAM, HSDPA, WiFi and a 3.2 inch HVGA screen. There’s also a 3 megapixel camera in there, just like on the Optimus Pro. The price for this handset (that’s also coming this month) is 200 euro and both models will come with 2GB microSD cards bundled.

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