The LG C710, which has been doing the rounds on web pages for quite some time now, is out in the form of a few images. Nicknamed Aloha, the smartphone is rumored to run Android, and is tipped to take on the HTC EVO 4G.
The sad part is that not many details on specs have been revealed, but the images spotted in the wild reveal a bit of info.
However, there is also talk that the leaked images may not be that of the LG Aloha. No one is sure as to what Aloha would look like, if the images aren’t real.
Going by the images thought to be that of Aloha, we expect the smart handset to sport HSDPA support, plus a WVGA capacitive touchscreen display. As mentioned, it would be Android driven. If we should be more specific, it would run Android 2.1. Other features that Aloha might incorporate range from a full QWERTY keyboard to Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n connectivity.
A probability is that the handset might feature a 1GHz Snapdragon processor under the hood. The Aloha is likely to come with a 5 megapixel camera, GPS, DMB, augmented reality, an optical trackball and support for DivX, so say the enthusiasts who have been dissecting the images spotted out there. The display might come in a size of 3.5 inches in width.
Even as this info comes out just based on the phone’s images, no one is able to confirm if the real Aloha would sport these specs. All said, the Aloha has been generating tons of speculation and most of the talk is based on assumptions. Now, with the leaked images forming a base for the speculations, mobile smartphone enthusiasts are looking forward to seeing Aloha for real some time soon.
What we get to infer is that the image of the smartphone now doing the rounds has LG LU2300 written on it. While some claim that this could be the rumored Aloha, a mismatch exists on the codename. While Aloha could be the LG C710 as has been discussed at length earlier by many, this device in the image says it is the LU2300 and is a likely product fro the Korea mart. We just wonder as to what exactly the Aloha could be like.
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