by James Tromans, 3 years ago
I’ve heard different things about the LG Ally, previously known as LG LU2300 or Aloha. We.ve seen different mock-ups of the same device dating back months. However, according to BGR the Ally is set to…
It has already been well documented that Verizon’s 4G LTE network will be in nearly 40 different cities around the United States by the end of this year. These cities include Seattle through to Denver and even down to San Diego. However, until now it has not been super clear which phones will mak use of this network when it is rolled out, at least from a branding perspective. For sure, we can expect Verizon to launch phones with the LTE logo and specifically push them as part of its LTE advertisement campaign. Well, it turns out that this LG device might be the first one.
The image is a little blurry and unfortunately my attempts to super resolve it have failed, miserably. There is speculation that the logos on the back of the device include LTE, DLNA and of course LG themselves. The device is set to support HD video, but of what flavor I’m not sure. It might even be 1020p as opposed to just 720p, but this is wishful thinking.The display seems to be around 4-inches, possibly slightly bigger, and its very glassy. In the top right hand corner you might also be able to make out the forward-facing video camera. Of course, this makes sense considering this phone should be on the 4G network.