Releasing Of LG Thrill 4G Postponed Till August 21

Two Radio Shack Reps have confirmed last day that the releasing date of LG Thrill 4G, a glasses-free 3D Android smartphone for the AT&T users, has been delayed to August 21, which original release date has fixed before on August 7.

Shack Reps has also reported, those people who have pre order for that device with the help of a $50 gift card purchase will quite be able to get this phone from the stores of different location on that day.

This happen because earlier the company LG has decided to ship this LG Thrill 4G up with 14 months old existing Android 2.2 Froyo version, but after studying the latest market grow the company has now decided to upgrade all of those Operating System to Android 2.3, Gingerbread.

On last Friday, Android Central has sent a tipster to an international Radio Shack memo for announcing about this delay.  So, quite similarly due to this all the pre orders which have been starting since last June have extended to Monday, August 15.

Within this memo the Radio Shack has instructed all of their employs for notifying this pick up delay, who have already pre order their phone.

The announcement for its coming has made 4 months ago with some mind blowing features including  4.3-inch 3D multi touch display, dual 5-megapixel camera along with autofocus and LED flash, SNS integration, Google Search, Maps, Gmail, YouTube, Google Talk and many more.

With the sequence to the fact mobile analyst Alex Colon have said “During this hand on time period the EVO 3D resolution of LG Thrill 4G was noticeably sharper than the Thrill’s.”

But earlier this week Radio Shack has announced its plan to drop T-mobile devices from its shelves that in this version will replace by the Verizon’s.