New image and specs of the LG “Cayenne” LS860 emerge – S4 processor and NFC on board


Images and specs of the LG “Cayenne” LS860 hit the internet just some days ago, but it seems Brief Mobile is not stopping there, and they have gotten their hands on more details, as well as an image. The Slideout QWERTY device seems to be much better than we expected.

According to the source, the device will come with a 4-inch 800×480 IPS display, a 1.2 GHz sual-core Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 processor, NFC, 4G LTE connectivity and 1 GB of RAM. Check out the spec sheet below for all the details:

This is not all Brief Mobile has for us, though. The team also managed to get release information from its source. According to the ninja, the LG “Cayenne” will be released through Sprint during the third quarter of 2012.

The device is still not the best, but it looks like it will be able to hold its own. It carries a very capable processor, and it is a great option for those who like devices with physical keyboards. I still miss a good physical keyboard. Do you?

Edgar Cervantes

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  1. wasn’t this the codename for what ended up being the lucid on verizon?

    1. That was the Cayman

  2. You miss spelled dual core “sual core”

  3. Would prefer a bigger battery but it’s still nice to see some high end specs for a qwerty slider.

  4. What’s ”sual-core”?

  5. I don’t buy anything with that ugly LG logo and the piece of shit hardwares.

  6. I’m glad to see another qwerty device. Steve Jobs thought we should all grow up and get used to the touch screen, but I like having options. The Moto Droid 4 is a very good device on Verizon, I’m glad to see Sprint with an updated option and another manufacturer in also. Now if HTC will just give us a qwerty option


  8. i only use qwerty phones, and while its nice to see a s4 qwerty, that pitiful battery on ics will kill it. and the low res screen.

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