What you're looking at here, loyal Pocket-lint readers, is the supposed LG Android flagship handset - codenamed the LG Star.
Boasting a dual core system-on-a-chip Nvidia Tegra 2 module, the Star is apparently packing a 4-inch display, has an 8-megapixel camera and is capable of full HD 1080p video recording.
It's not clear what version of Google's OS the device will be running, but the shiny Google logo on the back confirms that it's definitely an Android device.
The phone looks like an absolute beast and is a clear indication that LG isn't about to rest on its laurels in the smartphone market after announcing that the LG Optimus One is the fastest selling handset in the company's history, shifting a million units worldwide in just 40 days.
“The versatile, powerful LG Optimus One was designed to provide an easy transition into the world of smartphones and as these numbers demonstrate, there is obviously a strong demand for this type of device”, said Dr. Jong-seok Park, president and CEO of LG Electronics Mobile Communications Company. “Optimus One seems to be what many customers were waiting for, proving that smartphones aren’t just for early adopters anymore”.
Will the new handset fare as well? Only time will tell, but the spec sheet suggest that it may just do.