updated 10:55 pm EDT, Tue March 20, 2012
Revision brings many improvements
MetroPCS is said to be preparing to launch LG's Optimus M+ handset, which serves as a successor to the original Optimus M. The device is claimed to offer a number of improvements, including a larger 3.5-inch display with a wider color range, Bluetooth 3.0 and a 5.0-megapixel camera sensor with flash, unnamed sources have told Pocketnow.
Despite the hardware upgrades, the M+ is expected to run the same Gingerbread build as its successor. It is unclear if the company plans on offering an update to Ice Cream Sandwich, though the handset appears to fit in the budget Android category.
MetroPCS has yet to formally unveil the handset, however it is expected to be made official in the near future.