Verizon customers will soon get to have LG G3's little sister, LG G Vista, after serial tipster @evleaks has recently leaked data about the Korean smartphone-maker's flagship phone.
On Twitter, @evleaks posted, "Remember the VS880 headed to Verizon? Will hit retail as the LG G Vista."
LG VS880 was first leaked in May which was believed to be LG G Pro 2 Lite. It was then spotted in an FCC document, which confirmed the gadget's compatibility with Verizon LTE bands and CDMA Network. Based on @evleaks' tweet, it is expected LG G Pro 2 Lite with code VS880 will be rebranded as LG G Vista.
Here are five features to anticipate on the mid-range smart gadget:
According to an article from My LG Phones, LG G Vista will have 5.7-inch display with screen resolution of 1280 x 720 pixels. With this feature, smartphone users will clearly see the graphics, texts, photos and information displayed on the screen.
The same source cited LG G Vista will run on Android 4.4 Kitkat. Given this operating system, smartphone users will seamlessly perform many tasks on their mobile phone units such as surfing the internet, playing games and downloading stuff.
My LG Phones also cited LG G Vista will have Quad core A7, Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 MSM8226 and Adreno 305. It will also have 1 GB RAM and internal storage of 8 GB. With this feature, smartphone users will have greater peace of mind that they can do many things on their smartphone units in a fast and reliable manner.
LG G Vista will reportedly sport an 8 MP rear facing camera and 1.3 MP front-facing camera. With this decent camera, smartphone users who are fond of taking selfies will still get to enjoy countless hours of picture-taking moments.
There is no word yet from LG or Verizon on the confirmation of this Android phone unit. But with the cited features, smartphone users who prefer the general look and feel of LG G3 do not bother much for the high-end specs to grab a unit of their own from Verizon.