Not that it'll be called that or anything, but the Viewty 2 was one of the handsets we were more interested in at Mobile World Congress. Now some specs have started floating round the ol' inter-web.
According to New Mobile, a prototype LG GC900 (official, unsexy name) was shown at a ‘special event', and a partial specs list revealed that the follow-up to the 5.1-megapixel Viewty phone will be rocking a 8-megapixel snapper with Xenon flash, a three-inch touch-screen with WQVGA resolution (240 x 400 pixels) , and LG's new 3D S-class user interface, as recently seen in the Arena.
It's also HSDPA, Wi-Fi and A-GPS enabled of course. And as we reported before, camera features include Smile Shot and Face Recognition, and a professional-quality Scheider-Kreuznach lens sitting inside a 12.4mm thin chassis.
No word on release date, though perhaps LG may time it to take on Nokia's own 8-megapixel monster?