Although the G3 has come out, we still see an LG G Vista renders appear, on @evleaks and other news outlet. Before today, the phone was a mystery, the only thing we are known before that was the fact that it will be exclusive to Verizon, but today,we got more information about the launch date and the device’s specification.
The document reported by Pocketnow shows a news webpage off Verizon, shows the launch date, which is 7/31 (as you can see in the picture) and the full specification rundown. The handset has a 5.7 qHD (no, not 2k, this is quarter HD), with the resolution of 960×540. From that, if you are guessing a mid-range phone, you are right, the rest of the specification shows a mid-range device with a flagship look. The device runs on a 1.2 GHz quad-core processor, and will be operated by Android 4.4 KitKat, and it’s capable of XLTE. The smartphone will be powered by a giant 3,200 mAH battery.
On the software side, the webpage can only go so far in pictures, reveals only 2 features: Dual Windows-which is very good if your plans to take advantage of the display’s real estate-and Mini view, allow you to control the screen, make it shrink or gravitate toward your palm by some simple gestures.
As I said, the picture only goes so far, and the rest of the device’s specification and pricing have been left out, I guess we just have to wait until July 31st to find out.