Back in early July, word had spread that LG was preparing a potential quad-core flagship smartphone. LG was said to be building the phone to the exact specifications laid out by it’s company chairman Koo Bon-Moo. Well an update has arrived on the existence of such a device.
LG has generated a Korean teaser site for what will be the new LTE smartphone that will feature a quad-core Snapdragon S4 Pro processor with Adreno 320 graphics. The site refers to the Snapdragon S4 Pro as a “second generation quad-core,” promising that the new SoC will blow current quad-core chips out of the water. Additional information has yet to be revealed with little else known at this point, however it appears as though LG will be releasing 5 more videos soon enough to showcase more.
Rumors have been circulating around that the device would have 720p 4.7-inch IPS display, a 13 MP camera, and 2GB of RAM to match it’s top-of-the-line processor. As for the processor itself, it’s been confirmed by Qualcomm to be the benchmark-destroying APQ8064. DroidDog will continue to keep you updated on any additional news that arrives pertaining to this monster of a phone.