Snaps of a new LG Android powered smartphone have leaked online, along with a spec sheet to rival anything we’ve seen so far on Google’s smartphone platform.
Unearthed by Engadget, the handset reportedly packs a four-inch touchscreen and an eight-megapixel camera with HD 1080p video recording, easily putting it up there with the finest cameras on Android mobiles.
There’s also a secondary, front-facing camera for FaceTime-style video calling, plus the option to boost storage capacity via microSD or microUSB. And to keep things ticking over smoothly, it all runs on a dual core Nvidia Tegra 2 processor.
What’s yet to be established is which version of Android the device will run out of the box. But if it’s anything than 3.0, we’d be very, very surprised. And not a least bit disappointed.
If LG get this right, we fancy they can expect sales at least in the same ballpark as the Optimus One, which recently became the company’s fastest selling phone ever with one million units shifted in just 40 days.
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