LG made a little history this week, officially becoming the first Android manufacturer to start rolling out the Lollipop 5.0 update, with Polish G3 users right at the head of the queue.
There’s yet more LG Lollipop news here, as a mysterious device-in-testing has seemingly booked flights to the US and Europe.
The spot was made by the keen-eyed folk at MyLGPhones, with the phone scoring 512 out of 555 on some sort of Chrome browser test thingy.
The phone appears to be the first in a spanking new H range of LG phones, presumably slotting in somewhere between the modest LG L series and the top-of-the-line LG G series, the latter including the flagship G3.
Specifically, the LG H440n is – we’re told – destined for Europe, while the H441 and H443 will hit US networks T-Mobile and AT&T respectively. Presumably - hopefully - they'll have more consumer-friendly names upon release.
Not a great deal is known in terms of LG H specs, though the presence of a 720p display all but confirms this won’t be a flagship phone. The LG G3, of course, was one of the first big-name phones to sport a QHD 2560 x 1440 resolution.
The LG H phone – or phones – is – or are – expected to launch in “early 2015”, which probably means CES in Vegas in January, or Mobile World Congress in Barcelona in February. Knowing LG, it'll start the teasing several weeks beforehand.