LG X3 render leaked, Tegra 3 & 4.7-inch display shown off

LG X3 render leaked, Tegra 3 & 4.7-inch display shown off

We’ve seen quite a few quad-core Android devices so far this year, from tablets to smartphones. Among them, the HTC Edge, the rumored Meizu MX, and the Asus Transformer Prime are some of the most notable. It seems that LG, not wanting to miss out on the quad-core party, is readying the X3, a Tegra 3-powered Android smartphone. Reportedly, the device is packing a 4.7-inch 1280 x 720 display, 8MP rear camera, 1.3MP front-facing shooter, a profile of less than 9mm, 16GB of internal storage, and a MicroSD card slot. ICS, NFC, and 21Mbps HSPA are also said to be on board, though an LTE version could easily pop up as well. The X3 is also rumored to be packing a 2000mAh battery, to handle the strain of a quad-core Tegra 3 chipset.

As always, there’s no official word from LG on such a device, but we’ll let you know if something else finds its way to the internet.

So is anyone excited by the prospect of a Tegra 3 LG device? Anyone think quad-core is just too much? Drop a comment below!

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    • Malcolm Abbott
      January 21, 07:29 Reply

      Since it’s LG, it’ll likely ship with gingerbread and a promise of ICS “soon after launch”.  Which will turn out to be 9 months..  (yes, I got burned by them with the 2X).

  1. Anonymous
    January 20, 20:41 Reply

    Needs a 5000mah battery making it about 18mm thick.

  2. GiqueGEAR_Todd
    January 22, 00:36 Reply

    That is one sweet looking render.  The thought of a quad-core smartphone is almost too much to fathom !

  3. Peter Todorov
    January 25, 11:55 Reply

    Screw this. They’ll not update it for months, and when they do, they’ll cripple the hardware with a half-assed update

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