It all started back in July when we first learn about 5 more devices set for release in 2011 by the Korean handset maker, shown in some render images.
One of those five smartphones was LG Univa which later on showed up at one of Qualcomms events held in India at the end of August. Today we get more photos of LG E510 model number, but this time smiles on camera from North of Europe, in Norway. LG Univa allegedly takes place of its predecessor LG Optimus One. First impression when hold in hand is its weight even if it isn’t obvious from the photos its quite heavy. Despite its weight, LG E510 is very well-built, surface is brashed and with the glossy look of the back cover the device is pretty neat.
As a mid-range device, LG Univa features a 3.5-inch HVGA display with a 320x480p resolution, a 800Mhz ARMv6 Qualcomm MSM7230 processor, Adreno 200 GPU, 512 MB of RAM and a 5 mega-pixels camera (rear facing), runs Android 2.3.4 as you can see in one of the photos and LG’s own UI on top of it. The battery is a standard Li-on with capacity of 1500 mAh.