A pair of new Android devices for Verizon leaked today ahead of their debut at next week's Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. One of the devices called the Droid Fighter may be the next edition to Verizon's Droid series of smartphones, while the other is the LG Cayman, one of several Android smartphones that LG has lined up for the coming months.
At the moment, very little is known about the specs for either device except that they'll both support Verizon's 4G LTE network. The Droid Fighter may likely be the successor to the Droid Charge, while the LG Cayman is difficult to pinpoint given LG's recent leaks of a bevy of upcoming Android devices.
So far, only potential launch dates have been uncovered by Droid-Life, which claims that the LG Cayman would arrive first late next month on March 29. The Droid Fighter, likely produced by Motorola, is expected to launch on April 12. We may hear more about the devices while we're at MWC next week so make sure to stay tuned.
[via Android Community]