LG C710 Aloha, Android 2.1 smartphone with 802.11n WiFi, may debut post-GT540 Swift launch

April 2, 2010, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

LG is likely to introduce its new Android smartphone, nicknamed C710 Aloha, without much delay. Sketchy details of the phone have been spotted in the wild, and by what we infer, Aloha is most probably a smart device that would stand up to models of the likes of the Google Nexus One and the Motorola Droid.

Expected to arrive sporting a fairly wide touchscreen display with 800×480 resolution and 65,000-color reproduction, the C710 Aloha would be Android 2.1 driven.

This will be LG’s third Android smartphone, with the Eve/In Touch GW620 and upcoming GT540 Swift being the first two. LG hopes to bring the GT540 Swift to the market this June. So in all probability, the LG C710 Aloha might follow close on the heels of the GT540 Swift.

To sport a hardware QWERTY keyboard, we hear that the phone’s other specifications would include GPRS, UMTS, HSDPA and HSUPA network support. These apart, 802.11n WiFi might also be a feature in the connectivity department.

As earlier mentioned, details remain too sketchy as to what all will the phone have under its hood, apart from the Android 2.1 capabilities. We guess we will have to wait to know more as to what is on the pricing front and even the launch date. In the meantime let’s try and find out if LG will be unveiling at least a few images of the handset.

(Via Tweakers)

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