LG GM750 "Layla" gets Wi-Fi certified, details leak


It’s becoming a standard process at this point: First, BigPhoneCompany submits their new handset to the Wi-Fi Alliance. Wi-Fi Alliance approves it, and throws it into their big list of Certified Products. Eagle eyed mobile mavens prowl the newly granted certification for a model number, and then turn to BigPhoneCompany’s own records for more information.

The latest gem uncovered through this oddly revealing process is the LG GM750, which is apparently otherwise known as “Layla”. No pictures just yet, but we know a few things. For one, the model number indicates that it’s a follow up to the still young GM730, which just hit the shelves back in June. From a XML file lurking around on LG’s servers, we know a bit of the specs:

  • Windows Mobile 6.5
  • 400×240 display
  • GPS
  • Wi-Fi
  • 5 megapixel camera

Here’s what we’re wondering: If the GM730’s commercials had puppets, what are they going to use for the GM750? Marionettes? Ooooh! Let it be marionettes.