Unannounced Snapdragon 800-powered device found on benchmark test
According to our friends at GSM Insider, it looks as though another Snapdragon 800 device could be joining the ranks. A recent AnTuTu Benchmark test showed the unannounced LG-F320, and it has us scratching our heads as to what it could be.
The device was tested in the home country of LG (South Korea,) and is powered by a 2.3GHz processor. From the information given by the benchmark, the processor is likely to be Snapdragon 800, but more info isn’t yet available leaving us to guess and just become more confused.
If you look at the model number of LG-F320, you could speculate that it is the rumored Nexus 5 from LG. However, since it was announced by LG Mobile’s VP that they
were weren’t working on the Nexus 5 a few months back, one could say that it may be the Korean version of the LG Optimus G2. With no definitive proof, it truly is anyone’s guess.
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