GLBenchmark lets slip LG F240K smartphone with 1080p display

GLBenchmark lets slip LG F240K smartphone with 1080p display

Looking for a hi-def display? Well, a bit more patience may net you a new LG phone here soon. While we’ve seen 1080p displays on the DROID DNA, we should be seeing another soon, according to some GLBenchmark results.

The phone is dubbed the LG F240K (unofficially, of course), and they’ve got some pretty killer benchmarks going on. A 1.5Ghz quad-core snapdragon CPU, Android 4.1 Jelly Bean (with a possible upgrade to 4.2) should make a great combination on this device.

While GLB results don’t an official new phone make, they do point in that direction correctly most of the time. Be sure to let us know your thoughts in the comments.

via slashgear

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