LG Univa e510 Heads Outside for Some Real-World Time
The first images of the LG Univa e510 have surfaced today, arriving courtesy of Indian Android blog, AndroidOS.in. According to them the phone was on display at Qualcomm India On 2011 where it was found sitting without a name, next to other Optimus products. The Univa first hit our radars back in July when it was listed among a leaked LG roadmap. Specifications include an 800MHz processor, 3.5-inch display, 5-megapixel camera, and 11.9 mm thick body. Our Indian counterparts were only able to spend a few moments with the phone noting that it was responsive to touch. If the roadmap details hold true we should see the Univa e510 (or whatever name) in fourth quarter of this year.
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