One very lucky South Korean AndroidForums.com user has their hands on not one, but two LG Star handsets, and they have the pictures to prove it.
There’s still a lot we don’t know about the device, but there are several things we now know for sure: The Star will indeed be running a custom version of Android based on 2.2 (as of now), the screen is capacitive with a resolution of 480×800, it has an HDMI port of some sort, and in it’s stock state, it will score a 1759 on Quadrant.
For a Tegra 2, let’s face it, 1759 is weak. Even if it is stock, personally I was expecting numbers to well exceed 2000. Fortunately, there may be a simple explanation for this: Quadrant probably isn’t ready to accurately test dual-core devices.
Now that the Star is making it’s way into the hands of the public, look for more info anytime now.