One of LG’s unannounced Android smartphones – the Univa E510, of which we’ve first heard back in July – has been showcased by the South Korean company at a Qualcomm event in India just recently.
The real Univa looks better than I expected (the previously seen mock-up wasn’t exactly attractive). The handset runs Android 2.3.3 Gingerbread, and features a 3.5 inch HVGA display, Wi-Fi, DLNA, 5MP camera, and an 800MHz processor.
According to the Bluetooth SIG, the Univa E510 will also be known as LG E510F and E510G. Unfortunately, we still don’t know when exactly LG will launch the handset. In any case, the Univa will be a fine addition to LG’s line-up of affordable smartphones (which includes the Optimus Net and Optimus Pro).
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