Guinness World Records Makes First Dual-Core Smartphone Official

The Guinness Book of World Records has proclaimed the LG Optimus 2X "the world's first dual-core smartphone." Although there are plenty of dual-core smartphones now, that can never be taken away, and it makes the proclamation official. something LG has been trumpeting for some time.

The details of the announcement say that:
The first mobile phone to use a dual core processor is the LG Optimus 2X, which was first made available to the public nationwide in South Korea, on 25 January 2011.
That device recently reached the U.S. as the T-Mobile G2x.

Via:  Guinness
Tags:  Android, dual-core
LauRoman 3 years ago

Not a verry big fan of Guinnes (the book, i quite enjoy the beer) but isn't it supposed to be a book of, you know, records, rather than firsts?

dadodgeson 3 years ago

yeah it should be the most powerfully dual core smart phone

( i guess thats another record i will never break dang it )

inspector 3 years ago

LOL did they run out of records to put in the book???

3vi1 3 years ago

More like Guinness Book of World Shilling and Advertising. I agree with LauRoman - Technological firsts shouldn't be in the book.

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