By Evan Blass | May 22, 2011 3:52 PM
It looks like communications are a bit a spotty between US Cellular and LG, as the latter company has posted information about its dual-screen LG Genesis Android handset before the former company was ready to officially launch it. Of course, the reveal is somewhat of a moot point, as we’d seen full specs for Genesis leak earlier this month — and we’d known about it long before that as the enV Pro, destined for Verizon.
According to Android Central, the Froyo-powered Genesis will cost a relatively steep $249.99 on contract whenever US Cellular releases it, making it the carrier’s most expensive handset. With a 1GHz processor and dual 3.2- and 3.5-inch screens, though, you are getting more hardware than most phones. Still no word on whether or not we’ll see this revived on Verizon as the VS761 (Genesis is US760).