The LG D1L which has been rumored to be in the works is being touted as one of the competitors to the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S3. The device allegedly packs some very powerful specifications that could give the upcoming Samsung flagship product a run for its money. The specs that are attached to the LG D1L as far as we have heard is that it has a 4.7-inch HD display, it runs on a dual-core Snapdragon S4 processor with LTE connectivity like the latest HTC One X, and the phone will feature Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich allegedly.

Now however, Korean tech website DDaily claims that another feature that they have heard could be hitting the device is built-in wireless charging which was also floating around about the Galaxy S3. Verizon’s LG Revolution was another LG device that could be charged wireless but it required an optional backplate that made the device thicker however the rumors circulating the LG D1L claim that the powerful unicorn of a smartphone will instead come with the feature built-in. According to DDaily (via UnwiredView), the LG D1L will be released in South Korea at the end of May but there is no information with regards to its global availability for now.

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