LG P950 Spotted In User Agent Profile


LG is continuing their momentum off the heels of shoving the LG Aloha into Verizon’s inventory system, it seems. LG Central uncovered a User Agent Profile for a phone that will come with an “Android-Webkit” browser (which, obviously, leads us to believe it’ll be an Android phone). The model number differs from what we know as the Aloha (VS740 and what we thought was the C710) and the LG LU2300 that was offically announced a few days ago.


This phone will reportedly pack a screen with an 800×480 resolution (which makes me assume it’ll be a rather high-end device) but that’s the butt of what we’ve been able to uncover so far. IntoMobile suggests that this could be an entirely new step up from LG’s usual line of phones thanks to the “P” in the model number, so it’ll be exciting to see what this turns out to be.

[Image courtesy of LG Central , Source]

Quentyn Kennemer
The "Google Phone" sounded too awesome to pass up, so I bought a G1. The rest is history. And yes, I know my name isn't Wilson.

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  1. Am I the only one who noticed the “AppleWebKit” right below the android portion?? What does that mean?

  2. that apple made webkit, and that the android browser is based on webkit?
    nothing new.

  3. Your link to LG Central has some extra http in it and thus it redirects to Google ads. Thanks for the mention though :)

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