New LG mid-range Android 4.4 smartphone D410 spotted in benchmark listing

LG seems to be preparing a new Android smartphone running on Android 4.4, which will make its debut in 2014. Carrying the model number D410, the phone was spotted on LG D410

As per the benchmark website listing, the phone is powered by 1.2GHz Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 400 processor with Adreno 305 GPU. It also features qHD (960x540p) display of unknown size.

Other specifications are unclear at this moment but as the leaked specifications are mid-range in nature, we don’t expect to see more than 1GB of RAM, 4/8GB of internal storage, microSD card slot and 5/8MP rear camera.

We expect to see an announcement at Mobile World Congress if not at Consumer Electronics Show 2014 next month.

Several websites have dubbed the phone to be LG G2 Mini but I don’t see why LG would like such an underpowered device to associate with LG G2 name. Samsung did the same with Galaxy S4 Mini and failed.

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1 thought on “New LG mid-range Android 4.4 smartphone D410 spotted in benchmark listing

    Zeus

    (December 24, 2013 - 5:46 pm)

    Except the resolution, this will be a good competition between Moto G vs LG D410 vs Samsung Galaxy Grand 2! Everything depends on how they price this devices. Grand 2 wont be lesser than 23K! Waiting for Moto announcement eagerly 😀 !

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