Multiple LG models discovered in benchmarks

Multiple LG models discovered in benchmarks

A number of unannounced LG smartphones discovered in recent benchmark tests are leading many to believe the handset maker could soon introduce a gang of models. And, with Mobile World Congress less than two months to go, it makes sense that these sort of things happen.

The new models popping up on the radar include the following:

  • LG-D830
  • LS740
  • LG-D410
  • LG-D320
  • LG-MS323

What’s notable about each of these devices is that each runs Android 4.4 KitKat. Historically, LG has announced multiple devices at MWC, spreading them out from low-end to high-end. It’s this time of year when we may see successors and variants of the G2, G Pro, or Optimus lines. Based on some of the model numbers we suspect that some of these are bound for the United States.

HTML5Test 12Bluetooth SIG via PhoneArena

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