Its fells like no body can stop LG this year. To keep their head ahead they keep continuing their smartphone production in 2011 by bringing seven brand new handsets. The folks over at Pocketnow managed to get some images of LG’s upcoming phones for this year, but due to the fact that they weren’t allowed to post them online, although they have provide some features. This phones are running of Windows Phone 7 and Google’s Android Operating System. Checkout some detail about the leaked phone features from pocketnow bellow.
LG Prada K2: This is LG’s previous Prada phone in terms of design, the Prada K2 has a 4.3″ NOVA LCD, and will only be 8.8mm thick. An eight-megapixel shooter for capturing photos and a 1.3-megapixel front facing camera for video calls. The phone will come with 16GB internal storage, and powered by Android 2.3 Gingerbread. The phone will support 21Mbps HSPA+ and is said to have Prada-inspired texture on the casing. ETA: this year’s holiday season.
LG Fantasy: According to pocketnow they not much is yet known about the Windows Phone 7 Mango-powered LG Fantasy, although they can safely extrapolate most of its specs. One thing that’s clear from its appearance: LG seems to be using the same design cues seen on its top-tier Android devices, eschewing the somewhat plasticky look associated with its first-gen Windows Phones. A fourth quarter release is also likely here.
LG Univa: Running of 800MHz processor and five-megapixel camera, Univa sounds like a solid upgrade to the 500MHz-powered Optimus One, 3.5-inch HVGA display. Said to be 11.9-millimeters thick, Univa runs Gingerbread and brings DLNA support into the low-to-mid-range. Look for this one in the fourth quarter.
LG Fantasy: The LG Fantasy is powered by Windows Phone 7 Mango-powered. Here LG seems to be using the same design cues seen on its top-tier Android devices, eschewing the somewhat plasticky look associated with its first-gen Windows Phones. A fourth quarter release is also likely here.
LG Victor: The Gingerbread-powered slate reportedly packs a 1GHz single-core processor, 3.8-inch OLED display with WVGA resolutionand five-megapixel rear/VGA front-facing cameras. The 802.11b/g/n radio supposedly supports both DLNA and Wi-Fi Direct. Victor should arrive this quarter into the mid-range.
LG Gelato NFC: It’s now clear that the phone previously known as Gelato has been outed as the Optimus Net, model number P690. there’s also apparently an NFC-capable model in the pipeline scheduled for a fourth quarter release. It shares the original phone’s 800MHz processor, 3.2-inch HVGA display, and 3MP camera, but adds the capabilities to make touchless payments and read tags, among others. While that handset will likely be coming to Sprint as the LS685 possibly as soon as this month.
LG E2: We expect a smallish QVGA display, sub-gigahertz processor, and a basic 3MP camera. E2 sounds even more barebones than the Optimus One, suggesting that LG is attempting to push its Android lineup downmarket.
LG K: It is rumored to be the LG P930 that was hinted in an XML file a few months ago. The phone is said to have a 4.5″ display with a pixel density that matches or exceeds the current iPhone’s Retina Display.
One thing please keep in mind that manufacturer plans are constantly changing, so the specs, appearance, and release windows on any or all of these devices could change at any time.(According to pocketnow)