Specifications of LG Escape were unveiled on the net without the knowledge of the South Korean manufacturer before their official announcement. This is a middle class model that supports 4G LTE.
Unofficially unveiled earlier today by EVLeaks the LG Escape is now official. This model has a display of 4.3 inches with 960 by 540 pixels resolution. It is a mid-range model with pre-installed Android 4.0 aka Ice Cream Sandwich and Optimus UI 3.0 overlay design.
It has a dual-core processor clocked at 1.2 GHz, but we still don’t know which one, and we can only assume it is a Qualcomm Snapdragon (this is the case for the high-end Optimus G). 4GB of memory available but it is possible to expand with microSD.
The main camera features a 5 megapixel sensor (with HDR). It support NFC (Near Field Communications), Bluetooth 4.0 and the 4G LTE (in addition to the HSPA+). LG has also planned to supply this model with a consequent battery 2150 mAh, because 4G LTE seems quite “greedy” when it comes to battery consumption.
It will be available from September 16 this year through the telephone operator AT&T at price of $50 for a 24 months 4G subscription (we still don’t know what will be its actual price). It could correspond to the model P870 which fell a few weeks ago at the hands of the FCC (Federal Communications Commission).