LG is working on the P950 – an Android handset with WVGA screen

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LG is working on the P950 – an Android handset with WVGA screen
It's the first time we've caught wind of LG's P-Series, but it appears the founding father of the new range will be a high-tech Android-based device. An XML file has surfaced on the Web and reveals the existence of a mysterious handset, named the P950, that no one seems to know much about. 

Broadly speaking, the useful information about the handset includes two major facts - the cell phone will be equipped with WVGA display and Android WebKit browser. All other details available in the XML file and standard – supported multimedia formats, installed language packs etc. We guess we will have to wait a bit longer until we find out more about the device, but we suppose it will be a high-end phone, since only the highest-ranking droids today support such a high screen resolution. 

The LG P950 is probably intended for the European and US markets, since most devices hitting the shelves across Korea have special designation, usually SU/LU followed by four digits. We hope we get to see more details about the mysterious cell phone trickle on the Internet soon.


source: LG (XML file) via LG Central



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