Evleaks is at it again and this time with a new T-Mobile bound midrange smartphone. The smartphone in question is the LG Optimus F3Q and will bring back some old memories from the looks of it, as it packs a slide out physical QWERTY keyboard. It’s a 5 row keyboard layout, providing ample room to type the old fashioned way. But as with most slider smartphones, the hardware inside is pretty unflattering.
It is claimed that the display has a resolution of 480×800 with no word on the size just yet. The handset could also come with a dual core processor, 1GB of RAM and possibly Android 4.2 although the UI resembles the Android 4.1 interface. Pricing shouldn’t be too steep and we can expect the smartphone to be sold for under $200. Luckily, the image reveals 4G LTE signage, so the smartphone will be compatible with T-Mobile’s quickly expanding range of 4G LTE networks. There’s no ETA on the launch just yet, but we expect T-Mobile to unveil the handset before the end of December.
Source: @evleaks – Twitter
Via: Unwired View