Verizon's LG G Vista to go on sale this Friday

The LG G Vista has been rumoured to go on sale starting July 18th on Verizon, according to a latest revelation by @evleaks.

It was reported recently, that Verizon will be getting two new handsets in the form of LG G3 and G Vista, which would be launched somewhere around 17th of July. Now, @evleaks has revealed that Verizon would start selling the G Vista from this Friday onwards.

It is possible that the US-based carrier will hold an event on the 17th to launch both LG devices prior to sale, as rumoured earlier. The G Vista which is believed to be a variant of the LG G Pro 2 Lite will feature a big screen, while other specifications would be on the lower side compared to its flagship devices, the G Pro and G3.

The rumoured hardware specifications for the LG G Vista include a massive 5.7-inch screen with a 720p resolution, a 1.2GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 quad-core processor, 1.5 GB of RAM, 8GB of internal storage, an 8 megapixel rear camera, with a front-facing 1.3 megapixel shooter, and an impressive 3200mAh battery.

There's no pricing information available about the device yet, but considering the specs, it shouldn't put a massive dent in your wallet.

Source: @evleaks | Image via @evleaks

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this phone will come without a single supported driver and will be quite fast after Google releases a SP2 for it...

the Vista name, as in a brand, is pretty much burned by now; while did they choose to release a phone with this name??

Praetor said,
the Vista name, as in a brand, is pretty much burned by now;

Yep, just like Atom and Celeron. Personally I would add AMD E Series CPU to that list.

warwagon said,

Yep, just like Atom and Celeron. Personally I would add AMD E Series CPU to that list.

Ugh, those E Series should be buried, i recently used a laptop and a desktop with them on it and the bootleneck was the CPU, it was dog slow...