EVleaks keeps doing “its thing,” leaking mobile devices prior to their official announcements. Its latest targets are two very different phones – Verizon’s LG Optimus Exceed 2 and T-Mobile’s Nokia Monarch.
The first of the two (pictured above) is a low-to-mid end Android smartphone with unknown specs. Chances are it will rock Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 processor, 5-megapixel rear camera, and a screen with diagonal between 4 and 4.5 inches. The Optimus Exceed will likely be an affordable device, costing no more than $199 off contract… though you never know.
As for the Nokia Monarch, this could be T-Mobile’s version of the upcoming Lumia 930, which is expected to be unveiled in early April during Microsoft’s BUILD conference in San Francisco. Some earlier rumors suggested the Lumia 930 will be similar to Verizon’s Lumia Icon but with Windows Phone 8.1 and on-screen buttons.
Unfortunately, EVleaks hasn’t shared any dates, though we see no reason why these two wouldn’t launch next month. More to come, obviously.