Here's some fun news for you touch typing Android fans out there. Information is beginning to surface regarding LG's next move in the world of high-end Android devices. The LG C710 "Aloha" is the name and model number of a device that has just recently received Wi-Fi Alliance certification. Additionally, according to Engadget, "a user agent profile file has been found, confirming the resolution and wireless capabilities" of the device (follow the link if you don't know what a user agent profile is - if it makes you feel better, I didn't know either).
If what we're looking at is accurate, the Aloha will be a high end device sporting (at least) the following specs:
In addition to the above, the Aloha is rumored to sport a full QWERTY slider keyboard similar to the DROID (but hopefully more user friendly). This will make the device unique, as the trend has been shifting in the direction of large, thin, capacitive touchscreen devices with capacitive or small physical buttons, and a trackpad where necessary.
So, who's putting that wad of cash back in the freezer and saving it for better days? I know some of my touch typing developer friends are! Sound off in the comments!