Our source has once again given us pictures of another LG device heading to the Now Network. The LG LS730, also known as the “Snapshot,” will launching in the 4Q of this year. From you can see in the images, the device appears to have a push home button with a square body. As well, it appears to have a metal bands running along the edge of the device.
The Snapshot has specs that is now considered the low-end of the market. In the rear-side of the device, we notice the lack of NFC and 4G LTE support, not even WiMax appears to be present in the device. It does have a 5-megapixel camera and a microSD card slot.
Fortunately, our source didn’t make us speculate for too long. He leaked us detailed hardware specs of the LS730. It will have a WVGA display, 768MB of RAM, 4GB of ROM, Qualcomm MSM8655 CPU, Adreno 205 GPU, VGA front-facing camera, 5MP rear camera, and a 1700mAh removable battery. It also confirms the lack of 4G capabilities and a thin 8.8mm frame. Unfortunately, it is equipped with a single core S2 processor which is beyond its life-cycle.
Nothing too fancy, but it is another LG device hitting the shelves at Sprint in the near future. We can’t officially confirm its release for Sprint, because there is a chance it could be for Virgin or Boost Mobile.