A LG handset known as “Y70” which could be the LG L70 successor has popped up in India’s import-export tracking website, Zauba, revealing a 4.7-inch screen and running Android 5.0 Lollipop.
In fact, LG has imported 22 units on February 5. Some reports suggest that the model number of the phone is LG-H422 and that the display is likely to pack 720p resolution screen.
Here’s the screen shot of LG Y70 appearance on Zauba
The LG Y70 is believed to be the successor to the LG L70 and as such is a substantial upgrade over its 4.5″ WVGA display. Sadly, additional specifications of the phone aren’t available at this time.
What we believe that Specs of LG Y70 would be like:
- Battery: 2,040 mAh min
- Camera: Main-8MP, Flash-LED (1ea)
- Color: Black, White
- Connectivity: A-GPS, BT 4.0, USB 2.0, Wi-Fi 802.11 b / g / n
- CPU: 1.2GHz Dual Core
- Data Speed: HSPA+ 21Mbps
- Screen: 4.7 inch
- KEY UX: Knock Code™, Guest Mode™, QMemo, Plug & Pop, QSlide 2.5, Capture Plus™, Clip Tray™, Panorama Shot (2D)
- Memory: 8GB eMMC + 2GB RAM
- OS / UI: Android Lollipop
That’s it, We just hope that LG will get the pricing right, this is an entry-level handset and its price should definitely reflect that. In any case we can’t be sure when the LG “Y70” will be launched, but given that MWC 2015 is kicking off next month, perhaps we could learn more about the handset before or during the event, so be sure to check back with us later for the details.