Having checked off “world’s first dual-core smartphone” (LG Optimus 2X) and “world’s first autostereoscopic smartphone” (LG Optimus 3D) earlier in the year, LG appears to have been taking it easy of late.
But don’t write Lucky Goldstar off just yet. Pocketnow has gotten its hands on a cheeky leaked pic of the LG Spectrum, and the accompanying specs are absolutely worth a raise of the eyebrow.
The LG Spectrum weighs in with a dual-core 1.5GHz Snapdragon processor, 4.5in IPS LCD display with 1280x720 resolution, 4GB storage, 1GB RAM, and 1830mAh of battery juice.
In camera town, the LG Spectrum has 8MP on its bum with an obligatory 1.3MP on the front for sexy-time calls, and video is captured in glorious 1080p.
Interestingly, the LG Spectrum is expected to land with Android 2.3 (Gingerbread), suggesting it might be arriving pretty soon. The clock on the pic shows February 14 2012, but we won't read too much into that.
Verizon in the States will be the first to get its hands on the LG Spectrum, and it’ll be 4G LTE. As such, we won’t hold our collective breath for a UK release, but we’ll be very surprised if we don’t see an LG Spectrum alternative at Mobile World Congress.