Oddly, just the other day, eggy80 asked: “What was the most recent Android phone with a QWERTY keyboard? I'd love an HTC Desire Z style phone!”
Well, it’s been incredibly quiet on the QWERTY Android front of late, but his/her prayers have seemingly been answered with a little something called the LG Optimus F3Q, the first QWERTY landscape slider in what feels like decades. Uncanny.
It’s twitter-based leak machine @evleaks serving up a rather convincing LG Optimus F3Q press shot. Indeed, @evleaks has a pretty delicious track record as far as leaking stuff goes.
Furthermore, we’re getting a glimpse at LG Optimus F3Q specs, though they’re predictably at the lower end of the scale.
Specifically, the LG Optimus F3Q will rock – we’re told – a 4in WVGA display, 1.2GHz dual-core processor, 5MP rear camera, 2,460mAh battery, LTE compatibility, and Jelly Bean Android 4.1.2. Nothing worth getting too excited about, but that was always the way with such devices.
Supposedly the LG Optimus F3Q is destined for T-Mobile in the US, but hopefully it’s not too outrageous to imagine an international version being in the pipeline also.
That being the case, we can perhaps expect to meet the LG Optimus F3Q at Mobile World Congress at the end of February. Fingers crossed…