A couple new LG Androids pass certification
The UPnP forum recently listed 2 new LG Android devices which recently passed certification. There isn’t much information available regarding these new handsets, but we know them as the LG-P880 and LG-p700.
According to the LG website source, the LG-P700 is running Android v4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) with a display resolution of 480×600. Kind of an odd resolution if you ask me, but LG is known for their small handsets, so it makes sense. We’ve yet to see ICS on a smaller device with crappy resolution, completely different than the high-end handsets we’ve become accustomed to.
The LG-P880 boasts a HD 720p resolution which seems to be the new standard for high-end Android devices. Perhaps this is the LG-X3 we saw a few weeks ago? That would make it a quad-core Tegra3 device, but that’s enough speculation.
I’m sure more information will be released in the coming weeks, and we’ll be right here to let you know about it.
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