Bundled with a dual core CPU, a full-sized QWERTY keyboard and a host of other features is the Sprint LG Mach smartphone that also sports various eco-friendly attributes. Speaking of which, the device is said to be built from 56 percent recyclable materials. The casing is made from plastic which is Platinum-certified by UL Environment, while the overall construct is tagged with the CarbonFree label.
Measuring 0.48 inches in thickness, the LG Mach weighs not more than 6 ounces. The company has fitted a plethora of components within its slim design. The 1.2GHz multi-core processor is accompanied by 1GB of RAM for enhanced multitasking and smooth working of the Android Ice Cream Sandwich platform. Visuals here are delivered through a 4-inch IPS display proffering a WVGA resolution of 800 x 480 pixels. For avid texters, LG has thrown in a slide-out 4-row QWERTY keyboard for quick input. There’s also a 5MP rear camera that supports 1080p video recording, and a front-facing 0.3MP snapper.
Additionally, users will have access to a wide catalog of multimedia content online through the carrier’s 4G LTE network. Other connectivity features include Wi-Fi b/g/n and Bluetooth 4.0. With the QuickMemo application, owners will be able to take screenshots and even add handwritten drawings to the image. The company hasn’t specified any storage details. However, if this device is activated by September 26, 2013, users will receive 50GB of free could storage, courtesy of Box.com. Backing all aforementioned features is a 1,700mAh battery.
The Sprint LG Mach price and release date details haven’t been disclosed as yet.