After the latest mobile devices announced at MWC (Mobile World Congress 2012, that was held in Barcelona, Spain, between 27 February and 1 March), LG has announced that they will release a high end Smartphone somewhere at the end of May, next month, a rival for Samsung Galaxy S3.
The announced device will be the first LG Smartphone to use the Google operating system, Android 4.0, Ice Cream Sandwich.
Here are the known specs so far, just the resolution and the processor.
LG D1L will have a resolution of 720 x 1280, full HD display (LCD), a Snapdragon S4 dual core processor at 1,5 GHz.
D1L will have support for the LTE technology (LTE meaning Long Term Evolution, the successor for UMTS 3G), meaning that the smartphone will be compatible with the mobile operators from US and South Korea.
Compared to its direct rivals, Samsung Galaxy S3 and HTC One X, LG D1L will come with a smaller processor, the other smartphones having a quad-core processor.
There are no official and neither leaked pictures available on the web at this moment.
LD1 is not exactly the final name of the device, it is a “code name”, LG might announce the real name in the following weeks.