LG Optimus F3Q Image Leaks Out Showing Sliding QWERTY Keypad

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It seems LG, the maker of G Flex has a new phone coming with an unanticipated QWERTY keypad. As usual the information comes from the obvious Twitter user @evleaks.

Thus the tech world not only got to know that the South Korean smartphone manufacturer had a QWERTY smartphone but also got a chance to see the device as well ahead of its official announcement. The device is called by the name of LG Optimus F3Q.

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LG Optimus F3Q Image Leaks Out Showing Sliding QWERTY Keypad

The news is surprising in several different levels. Firstly, most had already thought that the compnay has dropped down the Optimus prefex from its upcoming phones. Secondly, a QWERTY phone and thirdly the device is a slider phone which is very rare seen these days.

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However, the phone is reportedly said to be carried by the T-Mobile US. Moreover, this handset is a successor of the company's older model called the LG Optimus F3 which is not a QWERTY smartphone.

The trusted leakster also reveals a couple of parts of the specs of the handset as well. It is obvious that the device is an entr level Android device with a QWERTY keypad. According to @evleaks the device would come powered by a dual core 1.2GHz processor. It would be a 4 inch display with a WVGA resolution of 800 x 480 pixels. The device is also said to have a 5MP camera and would run on Android Jelly Bean 4.1.2 OS. The best part of the handset is that it will support 4G LTE network and will be powered by a 2460mAh battery.

NO other specs of the device has come up so far. The South Korea based tech firm has not formally spoken about the device and also the price and availability of the device is not known so far.


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