Telecoms Korea claims that Apple will name its next-gen handset the “iPhone 4G” and that it’ll launch it sometime in June, although we’d advise you to take the info with a grain of salt. The usual sources are the ones from “the inside” and claim that KT (South Korean carrier) has already signed a deal with Apple, in order to sell the new device.


Also, we find out that the iPhone 4G will pack “two camera modules for video call services”, a better battery and support for a mobile TV service. Regarding KT, it turns out they’ll receive a test model in April or May, but this yet again info that needs to be confirmed by Apple.

I wouldn’t bet my house on the “iPhone 4G” name, specially if Apple have a cool brand in mind and also we must consider that the 4G LTE network in the US hasn’t rolled out yet.

[via Unwired View]

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