Upcoming LG D830 to offer 13 MP camera, 4K playback and slow motion capabilities
Earlier today, we mentioned that a number of unannounced LG smartphones were discovered in recent benchmark tests, so the handset maker could soon introduce
“a gang of models.”
Among these models, which are all running Android 4.4 KitKat, is the mysterious LG-D830, a device with a model number close to the Nexus 5 and LG G2. The device is said to render HTML5 pages quickly and previous leaks indicated the device’s display has a resolution of 1080 x 1920 (FHD).
The most recent leak of the D830 indicates that LG will be giving it a 13 MP camera with the capability to playback 2160p, the same as 4K, and support for 120fps, slow motion playback.
This may be a new flagship device, so hopefully we will have an unveil soon.
via Phone Arena
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