By Stephen Schenck | March 23, 2012 10:54 AM
Earlier this month, we looked at LG’s Lucid 4G Android for Verizon, along with a few of the hardware specs that were available at the time. We had previously known of the phone by its codename Cayman, where it’s appeared on leaked Verizon roadmaps. If what we’ve seen is accurate, the Lucid could be set to land on the carrier before the end of the month. As we get ready to see it arrive, a document giving a full hardware run-down of the Lucid has been leaked, helping to fill-in the blanks in what we know about the handset.
The WVGA NOVA screen looks confirmed, and we learn today that the Lucid will be protecting that display with Gorilla Glass. The leak mentions the dual-core 1.2GHz processor and 8GB of storage we previously heard about, and adds new details like the presence of 1700mAh battery, news of support for 10-device hotspot sharing, and some measurements of the hardware; if you were hoping for a svelte model, you might want to keep looking, as the Lucid could measure-in at over 11 millimeters thick.
The most recent rumor about the Lucid’s release date says we should look for it to become available on March 29. If that’s to be the case, we should be getting official confirmation of the phone any day now.