LG P700 and P880 get UPnP certified, might be running Android 4.0, could launch soon
A couple of days ago we saw two mysterious Samsung tablets and a smartphone get Wi-Fi certified. And again today we first hear about a couple of devices, the source being the UPnP Forum this time. And the company making them is LG.
Both the LG P700 and the P880 are smartphones, that much is clear from the UPnP Forum’s notes. Also, the P700 will be running Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. The P880 might too, but we can’t know for sure at the moment.
According to user agent profiles found at LG’s website, the P880 will come with an HD 1280×720 touchscreen, while the P700 will have 640×480 resolution. From these numbers we can infer that the P880 will be a high-end device, while the P700 will most likely come with a physical QWERTY keyboard tucked in a candybar form factor (think BlackBerry).
And that concludes all the information we have about these phones right now. If we were to venture making a prediction, we’d say that they will both be officially announced during Mobile World Congress at the end of this month.