LG Prepping C710 “Aloha” Superphone
As companies like HTC and Samsung continue to push Android forward with high-end device like the EVO 4G and Samsung Galaxy S, other handset makers are reacting with their own super phones. LG appears to be waking up to Android’s potential and finally getting to work on their own powerhouse. This comes as welcome news as the Eve and Swift aren’t exactly knocking socks off around the world.
It’s being reported on tweakers.net that the South Korean manufacturer is prepping a C710 Aloha phone with a physical QWERTY. Other specs peg the phone with an 800×480 resolution screen, Android 2.1, GPRS, UMTS, HSDPA and HSUPA connectivity, and support for 802.11n WiFi. Be sure to check back as we’ll pass any future details along as we can get them.
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