Unknown LG device visits Geekbench with flagship specs

According to the interview with LG’s Chief of Mobile, Cho Jun-Ho, last March, the company is actually planning to release a high-end smartphone, higher than the G4 and that the F600L might be it, said Phone Arena. But the mystery handset’s specs don’t quite match up to what’s rumored to power the unannounced LG G4 Pro. The details, thus, triggered speculation from users that the new device might be the new Nexus 5 (2015) or the LG G4 Pro. It was indicated in the listing that this mysterious Android smartphone manufactured by LG, dubbed as LG-F600L, is equipped with an ARM Qualcomm hexa-core processor. The information also showed that the device will operate on the Android 5.1.1 Lollipop out of the box.


The LG device listed in the benchmark prompted rumors that the handset may be an early edition of the upcoming Google Inc.

Specs have leaked of a previously-unknown LG smartphone.

None of the rumours are official, and at the time of publishing Nexus manufacturer Huawei hadn’t responded to Business Insider’s request for comment. I know it’s harsh, but well what can we say that is just the kind of reputation LG phones have. The new product is preparing to compete against the Samsung Note products that will release late in 2015.

Blass claimed that the phone would arrive with a 5.7-inch QHD display (2560 x 1440 pixel resolution) and with Qualcomm’s next-gen Snapdragon 820 chipset under the bonnet.

The only difference between the two devices is that it has 4 GB of RAM. The second will reportedly be built by Huawei and feature a larger 5.7in display. That said, Google’s Nexus 5 revival will likely be announced in a few months time at an October event so we don’t have too long to wait.

A few days ago, freelance journalist and infamous leaker Evan Bass indicated that the Nexus 5 2015 would have a Snapdragon 820 under its hood.


But as is the case with most rumors, none of them are set in stone.

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