Snapdragon 800-powered LG-F320 shows up in benchmark. Could this be the LG G2?

by: Andrew GrushJuly 1, 2013

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From the Sony Xperia Z Ultra to the Samsung Galaxy S4 LTE-A, the era of the Snapdragon 800-powered handset is upon us. Now it looks to be LG’s turn.

The previously unheard of LG-F320 has now shown up in an AnTuTu benchmark, packing a blazing-fast 2.3GHz Snapdragon 800 processor. How speedy is this sucker actually going to be? According to the benchmark, the LG-F320 scored an impressive 32,002 on the test.

In comparison, the Galaxy S4 LTE-A previously has come in around 31,491. Though the LG-F320 still isn’t quite as high as the Xperia Z Ultra’s score of 34,758.

Before you get too excited one way or another, remember that benchmark scores can vary considerably. It reality, all of the Snapdragon 800 devices will probably function about the same when it comes to real world results.


So the LG-F320 scores well, but what the heck is it? That’s the big question, and one that we really can’t answer until we have more information. We certainly can speculate, though.

Considering the timing, it seems pretty likely we are looking at the LG G2, which is expected to launch in Korea ahead of LG’s August 7 press event.

If this is the LG G2, previous rumors suggest we can also expect a 1080p display, a 13MP camera, Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean and volume rocker buttons on the back on the handset.

If this isn’t the LG G2? There’s always the possibility of this being the Nexus 5, or perhaps even some completely unannounced new LG handset. Whatever the LG-F320 turns out to be, it certainly seems more than capable of giving other high-end Android devices a run for the money.

  • MasterMuffin

    I don’t trust AnTuTu that much, the scores vary a lot, I get 14000-18000 normally

  • 26

    It couldn’t be G2, hopefully G2 will score more than XZ and also Honami.

  • beboo

    the Xperia Z Ultra’s score of 34,758 wrong it is 28K
    and Galaxy S4 LTE-A is 29976

  • OMGgary

    Benchmarks schmenchmarks

    • Terry

      Agreed, they mean very little in terms of real world performance. When it comes to some heavy handed web browsing, let’s see if a snapdragon 800 can load the verge or phonedog sites any faster than the snapdragon 600 or heck, even the dual core A6 chip.

      • Deedt

        Snapdragon 800 will be faster than its predecessors and that’s a fact.