If you’ve been keeping an eye out for LG’s Optimus L5 there might be a slight chance that it is closer than you think. Of course that news is still unconfirmed but the folks over at Engadget think there is a minute chance that the device might have sneaked its way through the FCC recently. Although the device itself wasn’t named as the Optimus L5, the testing report indicated a picture with measurements that fit what the mid-range device offered with its 4-inch screen along with cellular connectivity capabilities through GSM (850/900/1800/1900) and WCDMA (850/2100) radios.
Also included on the mysterious handset are GPS, Bluetooth and WLAN. For now, there has still been no official announcement on when the smartphone will land in the US but from previous reports, it will be running a 800Mhz processor, it will have a 5MP rear-facing camera with a LED flash, Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and it will have support for NFC and HDRI. Although the proof that the L5 did in fact pass through the FCC is barely minimal, if you don’t think that it was the L5, what was it? Do let us know with a comment below.
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