This is definitely not surprising, but it looks like LG is developing a phone with 1920×1080 Full HD touchscreen resolution. We’ve already seen some such handsets from HTC (the J Butterfly, Droid DNA, and soon to be launched internationally Deluxe/DLX), Sharp, and Sony has one in the works too. Of course, LG couldn’t stay away from the mobile world’s latest ‘must have’ feature.
We don’t know much about this LG device, but here’s what we can tell you right now. Its model number will be F240K. Uninspiring as all model numbers are. No word yet on actual retail branding. Or when it will be out. Or much of anything really, except the following.
The LG F240K will come with an Adreno 320 GPU. That probably means it will be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 quad-core processor (although it could be a dual-core unit as well), perhaps the APQ8064 that’s been slowly making its way into more and more devices lately (HTC’s trio mentioned above included).
The CPU is clocked at 1.5 GHz, and the phone currently runs Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean. Of course, we can hope that it will launch running Android 4.2, the latest version, but that’s also unclear.
And that’s it. This is all we know right now, because this is everything the GLBenchmark tells us about the F240K. Hopefully now that the first leak broke the ice surrounding this device, more details will come shortly. We’ll keep you posted.
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