The alleged LG Eclipse handset pops up again. There’s so much information swirling around the LG Eclipse handset at this point. The recent Bluetooth SIG listing has revealed LG is gearing up to bring this device for Sprint, AT&T as well as Canadian wireless carriers. Both the LG E970 and LS970 handsets have been been officially approved by Bluetooth SIG. LG E970 is AT&T’s version rocking with GSM and LTE bands. That means it is also heading to Rogers Canada. LG E970 has also appeared in a User Agent Profile revealing all the high-end specifications.
This device will pack a 4.65-inch 1280×768 resolution display (not a traditional 1280 x 720 resolution), 13MP camera, Adreno 320 GPU and it will be powered by a Snapdragon S4 quad-core processor under the hood, as well as 2GB RAM just like the LG Optimus LTE2 and U.S. versions of the Galaxy S III handset. According to the source, Sprint’s LG LS970 will rock the 1280×720 display and the paper work mentions LTE connectivity for the device. Both these device have also popped up on a few benchmarking sites competing with the Samsung Galaxy S III.
Bluetooth SIG has mentioned that both the LG E970 (AT&T) and LG LS970 (Sprint) are set for release in North America “around 10/31/2012”. So, there’s a possibility that the devices will launch sometime around Halloween.