LG Optimus F3Q with QWERTY appears in render photo
LG Optimus F3Q is presented in a new leak
The first association for smartphones with QWERTY keyboard is BlackBerry. Another company that will try to satisfy the preferences of those of you who prefer the good al’ QWERTY keyboard in their devices is LG. The rumor for a new smartphone coming up from the company is shared by @evleaks. The tipster posted via Twitter a picture of alleged smartphone with QWERTY keyboard named LG Optimus F3Q. The new handset is a low-end device that is packed with different features and specs to support the basic functions of a modern smartphone. This means that the device will be not only very practical but affordable too. The leak reveals that the LG Optimus F3Q is purposed for the US carrier T-Mobile.
It boasts a 4-inches WVGA display with a resolution of 480 x 800p. Under the hood of the phone is ticking a dual-core processor clocked at 1.2GHz. The tipster does not reveal what chipset will power the phone but the expectations are for Snapdragon 400. It is the same chip working in the heart of the LG Optimus F3 model that comes without QWERTY keyboard. The phone is packed with a 5MP camera on the rare panel. It runs on Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean OS. The battery of LG Optimus F3Q is 2460mAh.
One of its main features is the support for LTE connectivity. The leak consists of a render photo which gives us the clue that it will be announced sooner than later. LG has not confirmed the existence of the phone. Therefore no additional information is available about its launch date or the price. The leak reveals that the LG Optimus F3Q will be released in the States but we are eager to know which other countries will receive the entry-level QWERTY model. It is interesting to see how the Android-running smartphone will compete against the most popular BlackBerry’s devices equipped with QWERTY. What are your expectations about the new phone?