New Renderings All But Confirm the LG F3Q
The LG made T-Mobile bound F3Q rendering shows off for the masses. You may have noticed over the years that full QWERTY keyboard based smart phones have gone the way of the dinosaurs. Slide out devices with keyboard have been replaced with bulimic sized slates of glass and metal, unless you’re Samsung, then its glass and plastic. Either way, the QWERTY keyboard attached to a smart phone is rare thing to see now days. It looks like LG however has decided to enter a new device into the market place and by golly; it comes with a full keyboard.
Late last week an internal T-Mobile launch schedule document surfaced into the headlines. This small bit of information unofficially confirmed the LG F3Q would go on sale come January 22nd. The news also specified a Sony i1 device for launch the same day. This small leak also coincided with previous leaky renderings of the device. Yesterday another picture of the device popped up into the news feed via Evleaks. With a launch date and two different renderings from Evleaks it is safe to bet that the F3Q is indeed inbound. This new picture of the device is said to be the devices “final design” and adds a bit of color to the previously bland black and grey model. Unfortunately however its updated make over is all on the outside. Internally the F3Q is not going to impress any die hard techies or smart phone enthusiasts. While not confirmed the handset is expected to come with a 4 inch WVGA touch screen that will give its users access to Android version 4.1. Internally it is expected to come with a dual core 1 GHz processor and a 2460 mAh battery. All in all, the F3Q is expected to retail at a rather affordable price point and should help the first time smart phone user navigate their way through this crazy world.
The F3Q as previously mentioned is expected to launch January 22nd. Anyone interested? Sound off in the comments section below and let us know what you think and remember all the very best in LG accessories are here.LG F3Q, QWERTY keyboard, full QWERTY, Wirelessground.com, LG F3Q T-Mobile