LG has announced that its first quad-core smartphone – the Optimus 4X HD – will be coming to customers in Western Europe from next month.

The firm's latest Android 4.0 device boasts the biggest battery among quad-core mobile phones at 2,150mAH and a high resolution 4.7-inch display.

Since its initial unveiling at the Mobile World Congress, the device has been upgraded with new SiO+ battery technology and Media Plex for and advanced multimedia experience.

It will also carry 16GB of internal memory and provide PC-like performance in the palm of your hand, according to the manufacturer.

President and chief executive officer of LG Electronics Mobile Communications Company Dr Jong-seok Park said the firm wants to be a strong contender in the smartphone industry.

"As the smartphone segment consolidates even further, it's becoming more and more apparent that both great software and great hardware are crucial to stay on top of the game," he continued.

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