It looks like LG may be launching a whole new series of Android smartphones in the near future, as a recently published User Agent profile reveals something called the LG P950, which looks promising to say the least, but for now hasn’t been confirmed or announced by the company itself yet.
Seen in the photo below is a portion of the LG P950′s UAProfile, which tells us that besides running the open-source Android OS, this phone will have a WVGA (800×480 pixels) resolution screen, HSDPA/HSUPA connectivity and a WebKit browser.
The rest of the LG P950′s UAProfile doesn’t tell us much else, except for a few obvious/logical things like the phone’s support for video and music files as well as streaming.
As mentioned earlier, LG has yet to announce anything related to a handset like this, but from the looks of it the LG P950 might be something to watch out for.
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