LG might have an Android 5.0 Lollipop mid-ranger in the pipeline, bound for AT&T, T-Mobile
It appears that the giant might be working on a new range of smartphones that are currently rolling under the LG-H44x model name. The first device that got spotted was the LG-H440n, and apart from the OS it's running (LRX02E, one of the earlier Lollipop builds) and its display resolution (720 x 1280 pixels) nothing else is known at the moment. The handset got spotted in a benchmark website, where it scored 512 out of 555 points in a browser test.
Apart from the LG-H440n, two more versions of the device got caught in the wild – the LG-H441, which is intended for T-Mobile, and LG-H443, which is AT&T-bound. Rumors have it that we are dealing with different devices, but sound logic suggests that the LG-H440n, the LG-H441, and the LG-H443 are three variations of one and the same mid-range device that LG might or might nor unravel soon. Thus, there is no word when this H family of devices will see the light of day, but it is speculated that this would happen sometime in early 2015.