Remember back in 2013 LG announced the LG Vu 3? The device is a phablet handset which is shaped rather oddly in the sense that its display aspect ratio seems more square-ish than rectangular, which is typically the setup we have come to expect from smartphone OEMs. While we can’t exactly call it a hit, we guess there has been enough demand to warrant three generations, but could there be a fourth generation in the works?
Well according to the folks at MyLGPhones, it seems that LG has a trio of handsets in the works: the LG F460L, the LG F460K, and the LG F460S, where presumably they will be headed towards the various carriers in South Korea, with the “S” model probably headed for SK Telecom, “K” for KT, and “L” for LG U. A report from EyeOnMobility has also suggested that the LG F460L model has been given the codename “Liger”.
According to both reports, the device will be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 processor and will be accompanied by 3GB of RAM. It will also feature a QHD display, although the size has not been confirmed, and a 13MP rear-facing camera. Now we should note that these aren’t variants of the LG G3, in case you were wondering.
The LG G3 has a Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 chipset and 2GB of RAM, so the bump in processor and RAM is suggesting that it could be a new device. We’re not sure if this could be a slightly more powerful LG G3 destined for South Korean carriers, or if it could be the LG Vu 4, although the resolution seems to suggest otherwise. In any case take it with a grain of salt for now, but we’ll be keeping our eyes peeled for more info.