An unknown LG device was spotted running through Geekbench. Dubbed the LGE LG-F600L, Geekbench tells us that it is running a Snapdragon 808 with 4 GB of RAM.

With two flagship devices expected to be released from LG in the coming months, it is uncertain as to what this device could be.

Could it be the revival of the Nexus 5 that is to expected to release along side a Huawei Nexus phablet? Or maybe it is the LG G4 Pro in accordance to LG’s promise of a new flagship in the second half of 2015.

I am leaning more towards the LG G4 Pro as Geekbench also identifies the device as running Android 5.1.1 where we all know that the new Nexus will be launching with Android M.

However, it is not impossible for the new Nexus to be tested using Android 5.1.1, and the LG G4 Pro is expected to come with a Snapdragon 820.

The naming, LG-F600L, also follows in line with the LG G4’s model number (LG-F500L) adding even more uncertainty.

Then again, why would the Nexus phone launch with a Snapdragon 808 while the Nexus phablet launches with a Snapdragon 820?

Which do you think this phone is? The Nexus 5 that everyone is dying to see, or the more powerful G4 Pro?

As always, this is all speculation. Take it with a grain of salt.

Source: Geekbench via: Phone Arena

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