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Rendered image of the LG Optimus Slider for Sprint is leaked

Rendered image of the LG Optimus Slider for Sprint is leaked
Last month, we received news regarding the existence of the LG Optimus Slider, which is going by the codename of Gelato Q, thanks to a couple of internal screen shots showing a September 11 release date with Sprint.

Well, we’re now getting a look at the rumored handset now that a rendered image of the mid-range Android powered smartphone has been leaked – giving way to some resemblance to the original LG Optimus One’s design. However, it’s being reported that the LG Optimus Slider LS700 will be offering s physical keyboard of some sort, but its layout is still largely unknown even with the leaked rendered image.

Nevertheless, the final product should bear a strong resemblance to the image we’re seeing right now, and more importantly, it’s likely to land with the other major domestic carriers as well. In addition, its launch is believed to coincide with one of the other follow-ups to the LG Optimus One, which is going by the codename of Gelato and model number LS685 for Sprint.

So far, the only thing mentioned about both handsets is that they’ll be featuring an HVGA display, but besides that, there are relatively few details about their specs. Regardless, the LG Optimus Slider can still possibly end up taking the LG Q moniker, which we’ve seen leaked through Sprint’s ID pack for employees, but if not, it’ll more than likely retain its fitting name.

source: Pocketnow via Unwired View

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