The LG Optimus M was the first Android device to arrive on MetroPCS way back in 2010, and now it looks like MetroPCS and LG are looking to follow it up with LG Optimus M+. Leaked details suggest a minor spec bump from the original Optimus M -- there's an 3.5 Inch screen, a 800MHz processor and an updated 5MP camera with flash. Bluetooth 3.0 support is included too, for what that's worth. A decent mid-ranger, but nothing to write home about. Leaked renders obtained by PocketNow also indicate a slightly re-vamped chassis.
As might be expected for a budget handset, there's no Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich love had here -- this one will be Gingerbread. There's no set date for release, but we'll keep you posted if any further details emerge.