More images of the CDMA iPhone 4 leaked?

More images of the CDMA iPhone 4 leaked?
Earlier is week it was reported that the CDMA version of the iPhone, which is expected to be for Verizon, is currently being field tested. Now there are some leaked images showing just that. According to the site RichyRich, these images were taken of the “N92DVT” device in Vietnam, which "DTV" means Design Verification Test and is one of the final phases before production. It is also said that this iPhone keeps the micro SIM slot, but also has the CDMA radio to allow it to work on Verizon, thus making it a full global phone. As you can see in the images below, the device is running a test operating system, similar to the “inferno” operating system that was found on the iPhone 4 beta images and video that leaked from Vietnam earlier this year, which was also a “DVT” unit.

source: RichyRich

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iPhone 4
  • Display 3.5 inches
    960 x 640 pixels
  • Camera 5 MP (Single camera)
    0.3 MP VGA front
  • Hardware Apple A4, 0.5GB RAM
  • Storage 32GB,
  • Battery 1420 mAh
  • OS iOS 7.x



16. I like Boys and I am a Boy unregistered

I think it is real

14. protozeloz

Posts: 5396; Member since: Sep 16, 2010

Sorry guys I just don't buy it, if someone has the phone on his hands, and is really willing to show it off, a prostate exam like the gizmodo guy would have been the way to go but really some bad cuality pics wont do, it could be anything at this point. The only real info is that these guys are making some extra revenue with this information

15. Capital P unregistered

Wow, before trying to degrade someone else on a public forum, you should go back to school and learn how to spell. Quality and not cuality. Thank you very much.

13. d;kljd unregistered

so what..just call it a gsm phone and it will work on cdma network..whatever

12. uofmrules

Posts: 48; Member since: Oct 11, 2010

Does Phone Arena do ANY research before they write articles on here?????????? It's like every other one is full of BS. It's getting to be pretty annoying.

10. picturesdontlielol unregistered

ya ... suuuure it is... I cant wait for the real thing though.. america has waited long enough for a verizon branded i phone. Time to give the people what they want.... Apple Android FTW

8. sjung

Posts: 15; Member since: Oct 22, 2010

I want to meet this Richy Rick guy.

7. Sarah unregistered

Wow you're stupid

6. amar singh saroya unregistered

i guess that richy rich is trying very hard to get famous.....hahaha but this would not be a bad way at all to get some traffic on to your website

5. amar singh saroya unregistered

i guess that richy rich is trying very hard to get famous.....hahaha but this would not be a bad way at all to get some traffic on to your website

4. jayinbee unregistered

They could have at least bothered to photoshop a "Verizon" logo in there.

3. Zorin

Posts: 152; Member since: Jul 26, 2010

Richy Rick = lame.

2. Mr.Zomb unregistered

Agreed If you read into the USB charger that appears to be connected to the device and the poor screen shot of this guys ipod touch thats about all that says apple. Recommendation: If you really have the device and you were dumb enough to post them already grow a set, turn a real light on and take some decent pictures. Until then dont waste my time.

9. XxxCalebxxX

Posts: 14; Member since: Jun 30, 2010

i dont think thats an ipod, but it does look fake

11. ecml490 unregistered

That's definitely isn't an iPod Mr. Zomb. I'm guessing you don't own a iPod touch??

1. Don J. unregistered

Too bad these images have watermarks on them. If it didn't you could just rotate them in Photoshop and put your own watermark on it like you did with that picture of the DROID X with a silver bezel.

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