by Elmer Montejo, 1 year ago
Two Android devices–a 7-inch tablet and a 4.5-inch smartphone– have been sighted lately, both of which are reportedly heading for the U.S. market. “In the wild” photos of the T-Mobile variant of the Huawei MediaPad…
We’ve reported on LG’s upcoming slider phone, the LS860, since late May. Little by little, details of the phone, which is also known as Cayenne, and its specs emerged. The only thing missing seems to be pictures of the handset out in the open – though not like this one right here, where only the back part is visible. Thanks to EV Leaks, we are now treated to a better view of the LG Cayenne.
The LG Cayenne turns out to be quite the looker, as it sports enough curves not to make it too boxy-looking. The front part features what looks like three capacitive buttons, front camera, an LED notification light, and probably proximity and light sensors. Sadly, there’s no picture of the phone’s QWERTY keyboard in action.
As a refresher, the LG LS860 Cayenne will come with a dual-core Snapdragon S4 processor, 4-inch WVGA IPS display, 8GB onboard storage, 1GB RAM, 5MP rear camera, VGA front-facing camera, NFC, LTE, 1,700mAh battery, Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and a 5-row slideout keyboard. The phone was last rumored to come to Sprint.
The leak has also brought another LG phone to the surface, the Motion 4G MS770. The specs are yet to be confirmed, but it is believed to boast a qHD display of unknown size, Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, 5MP rear shooter, LTE radio, and ICS. While the Motion 4G will be heading to MetroPCS, an AT&T variant of the phone is apparently being planned as well – where it will be called as the LG P870.