A mysterious LG device,the LG-D830,which first appeared in November has resurfaced once more.It appeared on the HTML5Test website after its browser (Chrome 30) was tested there.The score, 503 out of 555 is quite impressive for such a device, taking into account that its not actually a flagship device. The LG-D830 runs Android 4.4,this was revealed by the test.Also revealed by the test is that the device will feature LTE connectivity and a 1080 x 1920 pixels display (of unknown size).
A variety of other unannounced LG devices were spotted at HTML5Test as well.The device’s model names which cant be found on any existing LG devices are as follows: LS740,LG-D410, LG-D320, and LG-MS323.All these devices run KitKat out of the box which is a step forward in the Android ecosystem,in that low cost handsets can run the latest version of android as well.The LS740,which was spotted at Bluetooth SIG,in a December 12 listing identifies it as a LTE device.The device seems to be headed to Sprint.
Google had this in mind when they created KitKat. Android 4.4 apparently can run on devices with as low as 512 MB of RAM, which also mean that older devices might also be able to run KitKat. Interesting indeed.