By Stephen Schenck | August 25, 2011 12:30 PM
Yesterday, we got a look at a bunch of cryptic device names and model IDs of what may be arriving as future Windows Phone devices, as well as evidence of a new OS build we hadn’t come across before. This data was all courtesy of developers who have been collecting statistic on what smartphones run their software and connect back to their servers. This isn’t the first time developers have been able to perform this role, and certainly won’t be the last. We took a look at some phones revealed by Occasional Gamer earlier this year, and now the site has one more model to add to yesterday’s group.
There’s only a single instance of this model playing the developer’s games, but that’s all we need to learn of the existence of LG’s LG-T130L. Presumably, this will be a Mango device (if not Tango), and will join the other new Windows Phone hardware LG is working on. We heard about the LG-S831 yesterday; either of these models might refer to the LG Fantasy, or they could all be distinct devices. Sadly, these logs may tip us off to new phones, but they’re really not much for fleshing-out our understanding of any in the absence of any specs or additional detail. We’ll just have to keep watching and see if the LG-T130L pops up again.