The LG X130 has just shown up on the FCC website, revealing some key information along with a view of the netbook.
Although it is currently being called the LG X13, if the previous LG model names are anything to go by (X120, X110), we assume that on it’s release it will be called the LG X130.
The LG X130 was at the FCC for Bluetooth and WiFi testing, so we know that they are a given, but we would guess that it will feature an Intel Atom CPU, 160GB HDD and a 10.1-inch display, with the possibility of 3G / HSPA options.
Judging from the photos, it looks like the LG X130 is slightly wider than the X120, with slightly less dramatic curves. From the manual, it seems to be running Windows XP.
As you can see from the photo, the LG X130 will be available in three colours, pink, black, and white.
Update: LG have now officially announced the X130 netbook, confirming our suspicions regarding the name. The biggest news about the LG X130 is it’s 9-cell battery, which LG claims will give the X130 a massive 12-hour of battery life! The CPU has been confirmed as the Atom N270, along with 1GB of DDR2 RAM, 160GB , and a 10-inch LCD with a 1024 x 600 resolution.