CES 2011 is upon us, and with it comes two more Android smartphones making their debut. LG will be releasing the Optimus Black and the Revolution, each having a display on hand at CES. The Optimus Black, photo above, is described as the worlds thinnest phone at 109g, featuring a 4-inch NOVA screen, giving you a perfect view in direct sunlight.
"LG Optimus Black reflects our core strengths of advanced technology, in both display and design, offering the world's brightest screen and the world's slimmest design in an attractive and smart package."
It will come with Android 2.2 Froyo OS, with the ability to upgrade to Gingerbread OS in the near future. Check out the full press release from LG for the Optimus Black. The LG Revolution, pictured below courtesy of Engadget, is described as a LTE device, which will be unleashed on the Verizon 4G network.