We’re starting to get a very good idea of what one of LG’s next Android offering will be all about thanks to the recent unearthing of both its Wi-Fi certification documents and User Agent Profile. Known by the codename “aloha” and assigned model number LG C710, the device will be LG’s first high-end Android smartphone capable of working outside of a TD-SCDMA network. Specs for the aloha include a capacitive WVGA display in addition to 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi and HSDPA connectivity. Curiously enough, LG has again opted to install a physical QWERTY keypad at a time when every other manufacturer of Android devices is more or less giving up on them due to consumer obsession with the sleek stylings of full-touchscreen devices. As it stands no one seems to know when the aloha will officially surface, but as history has so often proved, once a handset has been outed on paper people will go through extraordinary lengths to bring images of them to the surface.