LG F240K leaks in benchmark with 1080p display and quad-core CPU

November 16, 2012
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    After a couple of rather underwhelming years on the high-end smartphone scene, LG is definitely stepping up its game with the Optimus G and Nexus 4. The two aren’t however the company’s only attempts at beefing up their presence in the Android world, with another super-phone leaking in a benchmark.

    The F240K has popped up on the GLBenchmark web page earlier today, and the very slim technical details revealed are enough to make us drool over it. Ready? According to the leak, the mysterious device will sport a 1920 x 1080 pixels resolution display.

    Though the screen’s diagonal size is still kept secret, we should expect the phone to fall in the same kick-ass category with HTC’s Droid DNA. The newly unveiled HTC phone is the first with a 1080p to hit the States, and, while it has slightly underperformed in a comparison with some of its opponents, its display still looks dreamy.

    But the F240K will not be all screen, as the presence of Adreno 320 graphics just about confirms the existence of a quad-core Snapdragon S4 Pro CPU clocked at 1.5 GHz. Unfortunately, that’s all we know about the super-phone right now, though you have to admit – it’s enough to make us dream.

    And to think this news comes just hours after hearing about Sony’s plans to go after Samsung and Apple with the next flagship. Game on, boys and gals, game on!

    Comments

    • fran farrell

      HDTV on all mobile devices, including Chrome Books, will be standard in 2013. If Apple wants to go 2160×1920 or 2160×3840 let it. 2x or 4xHDTV are the only other options, depending upon whether you need to read body language of 1 or 4 collaborators and have Google Fiber.

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