These ‘leaked’ renders are said to be LG’s range for the rest of 2011. Ranging from Windows Phone 7, to high and mid-range Android, if they turn out like these renders, LG may not be winning any prizes for design innovation.
Pocket-Now, who gleened these renders, has tempered their scoop with the words 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.”
So we’re back where we started? We’ve picked some of the highlights of the leaked renders above.
Park Jong-Seok, head of LG’s handset division had commented earlier this month, following news that the Korean manufacturer had cut smartphone targets for this year, that LG was set to bring out several high-resolution smartphones by the end of 2011.
That could be the phone code-named LG Prada K2, the phone in the top left corner.
Rumoured to arrive with a 4.3-inch NOVA touchscreen and 8.8-millimeters thick, there will be both 1.3-megapixel front-facing and eight-megapixel rear-facing cameras, and 16GB of storage built-in. The Prada label represents the unique textured style of the phone, apparently
LG’s next Windows Phone 7 device is also here, currently labelled as the LG Fantasy, will arrive with the Windows Phone 7 Mango update.
The LG Victor looks positioned as a stylish middleweight, packing a 1GHz processor, a 3.8-inch WVGA touchscreen and a five-megapixel snapper at the back.
The rest look set to appeal to entry-level smartphone customers – more concrete information when we hear it.