LG Cayenne photo leaks, running Ice Cream Sandwich, still bound for Sprint

LG Cayenne photo leaks, running Ice Cream Sandwich, still bound for Sprint
Once again, the rumored LG LS860, codenamed "Cayenne", is making headlines after being forgotten for over a month. Back in May, hardware specs of the smartphone were leaked, hinting that we were dealing with a QWERTY keyboard-touting mid-ranger for Sprint, and today, we have what is said to be a photo of the actual device up and running.

The source of the image that you see is the same one that brought us the picture of the Samsung Jasper a few days ago. Their Twitter page appears to have been suspended already, but we managed to find a cached version containing the image itself. In addition to the photo, the source reiterates some of the LG Cayenne hardware specs that we have heard from other rumors already, namely the Snapdragon S4 processor, 1GB of RAM, the 5-megapixel camera, 4-inch WVGA display, and Ice Cream Sandwich out of the box. Overall, we seem to have a decent mid-range Android device cooking for those who still demand having a physical keyboard on their smartphone.

And that concludes the latest LG Cayenne leak, with no information as to when (or whether) Sprint is planning to announce the device, how much it might cost, or what its actual name might be. Is anyone looking forward to checking this smartphone out?

source: evleaks (Twitter, cached) via All About Phones (translated)

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