Blurrycam and Clearshot pictures of the LG “Snapshot” LS730 leak

Blurrycam and Clearshot pictures of the LG “Snapshot” LS730 leak

A source of BriefMobile has leaked some images of a new device from LG, headed to Sprint. The “Snapshot” (how appropriate), also known as the LG LS730, should be coming out in the last quarter of 2012. The device is a standard design, with a square body, physical home button, and – from what we can tell – metal bands along the sides.

The phone is considered low end for sure, missing not only NFC and LTE, but even WiMax, Sprint’s now-considered redheaded stepchild of 4G. It does, however, com with:

  • 5MP camera
  • MicroSD expansion slot
  • WVGA display
  • 768MB of RAM
  • 4GB of ROM
  • Qualcomm MSM8655 CPU
  • Adreno 205 GPU
  • VGA front-facing camera
  • 1700mAh removable battery

The source confirmed not only the lack of 4G, but also the 8.8mm frame. As stated before, this is a low end device, probably heading to Sprint – however, we could also see it for Virgin or Boost.

via briefmobile

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