There´s been a lot of fuss around LG lately, more specifically surrounding their new generation Black Label series handsets. The manufacturer, however, wants much more than what it has accomplished with the fashion statement lineup and that´s why LG has been expanding its product portfolio by putting out an increasing number of smartphones on the market. The latest addition to their smartphone family has been revealed in an XML file and now we know its name, the LG GM750 Layla
that sounds as if inspired by an Eric Clapton song. The rumor has it the phone will be successor to the GM730
(initially known as the LG Eigen) and just like it, the new handset will have a compact size (109.8 x 56.5 x 11.9 mm), run Windows Mobile 6.5, utilize the proprietary S-CLASS 3D interface and sport an accelerometer, 5-megapixel camera, Wi-Fi and GPS. The difference is the GM750 Layla will feature 5-megapixel camera.
According to the same XML file, its display is to come with 240х400 pixel
resolution, although some claim it will measure 480х800 pixels. LG will also make sure the device interface packs bonus features like the „Chat on the Map” function that allows people to keep an eye on the geographical location of their buddies as they chat.
The LG GM750 Layla is expected to hit the shelves in Q3 and we hope to get more information and snapshots of the device soon.