One device that is most likely to make its first appearance to the press at MWC is LG‘s X3. That is a codename for right now, it will probably have a few more names before the public can get their hands on one. According to PocketNow, the X3 will be LG’s first handset packing a Tegra 3 quad-core processor. The rumor mill is a blaze with other specs as well. It should be sporting a 4.74-inch display at 1280X720, 8MP rear camera and 1.2MP front shooter. On board memory is said to be 16GB with the accompaniment of a microSD cad slot. Powering the device is a 2,000mAh battery.
Word on the street is that it will be packing Android 4.0, but will still offer a 3 button capacitive button configuration. Why LG would do that is beyond us. Of course it is still highly based on rumor and may not actually have any buttons on it. We fully expect the device to be a 4G device, but which radios it will include is up for debate. It should be the 21Mbps HSPA, but we aren’t ruling out LTE just yet. We should also see the device loaded with Bluetooth 4.0 and a NFC receiver.
I suppose we will have to wait and see what MWC brings us at the end of next month. I know last year had quite the line up of devices that CES attendees were unable to see. Until we can get some better photos and maybe a little hands on time with this secret device, keep your eyes peeled for it.