An unannounced and yet unnamed LG Android handset has been spotted recently in the UK, during an event where it was showcased alongside some other US-bound phones.
The handset is made for T-Mobile and, while it doesn’t seem to be a high-end one (firstly because its main display is not too big), it’s certainly very interesting: it has a sliding QWERTY keyboard that features a small touchscreen display in the middle.
From the images available, the mysterious LG handset appears to run an old version of Android (1.6?):
If the handset is indeed coming to T-Mobile, it may be one of the LG devices included in this leaked roadmap: LG Flip II, LG Maxx, LG Maxx Q, or LG Optimus II. In fact, Pocket-lint reports that this would be the LG Flip II – however, “flip” doesn’t really go with the sliding nature of the phone. More on this as we get it.
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