Motorola DROID 3 is up for sale on Verizon's web page with in-store availability expected on July 14, but it seems like there will be one more device that will hit the carrier's shelves on that exact same day. We are talking about the LG Cosmos 2 feature phone, the successor to the LG Cosmos, and its dummy units have reportedly already made it to some of the carrier's outlets.
That is what a tipster of ours shared with us today along with a photo of a LG Cosmos 2 dummy unit. Unfortunately, there is hardly any information available about the handset right now besides the fact that it will pack a 4-row full QWERTY keyboard just like its predecessor did. Its overall dimensions and display size do not seem to have changed much either. Judging by the features that the original LG Cosmos has in stock, we expect to see the Cosmos 2 packing a basic 1.3- or 2-megapixel camera for taking casual photos, a microUSB port for charging and data transfer, Bluetooth connectivity, microSD card slot, and a battery to last more than a few days on a single charge.
Thanks, anonymous tipster!