LG to launch new Android Lollipop 5.0 based ’H’ Series smart phones -H441 for T-mobile and H443 for AT & T

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It seems like LG is working on a new “H” series smart phones.
This new series could be mid-range smart phones based on the latest Android 5.0 Lollipop platform.

One of the new “H” series smart phones was spotted over at HTML5Test site with model number LG H440N attached to it. So far, LG has not released any smart phones with model numbers starting with the prefix ‘H”.


According to the HTML5TEST site, The H440n’s browser (Chrome 34) scored 512 out of 555. As mentioned in the browser’s User Agent String, The LG H440n handset runs on an early build of Android 5.0 Lollipop, LRX02E. For reference the final Android 5.0 Lollipop code is LRX21M.

According to Our Sources, the LG H440n handset will sport an HD display of unknown size with resolution of 1280×720 as seen this is not LG’s 2015 flagship.

The LG H440n is the European version of the new “H” series smart phone. Other two variants of the new device, namely the LG-H441 and LG-H443, are coming to the U.S.
The LG-H441 will be available for purchase in the United States via T-mobile.
The LG-H443 will be available via AT&T. We have not found any variants for Verizon Wirelss and Sprint yet.

LG is expected to launch the Android 5.0 based “H” series smart phones in early 2015.

Stay Tuned!