While we transit into the second half of the year, it also means we would be drifting farther from the likes of the Galaxy S4 or the HTC One. Of course we won’t be left in a void in the rapidly evolving tech scene as there will be others to keep us engaged. Take for instance the LG Optimus G2, the Galaxy Note 3 or the rumored HTC One Max all of which are expected during various times during the latter part of the year. However, here it’s only the LG Optimus G2 that will have all the focus.
To begin with, the variants of the Optimus G2 bearing the model number F320S, F320K, and F320L was recently spotted at the Bluetooth SIG site. That’s not all for the above handsets was also spotted in a few AnTuTu benchmark tests though it’s here that a few inconsistencies has come to the fore. For instance, while it’s the quad core Snapdragon 800 chip that seems to make up the core of at least one variants of the device, that is the Korean F320L, it is the F320K that seems to pack in a chip rated at a much lower 1.5 Ghz. But then, these figures are not to be relied upon though the mention of the device at the Bluetooth SIG site does adds some credibility to the smartphone’s existence.
The rest of the spec sheet as per what the rumor mongers have put up include a 2 GB RAM, a 5.5 inch display having a resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels and a 13 megapixel camera along the rear of the device. Providing the juice will be a 3,200 mAh battery pack though actual run time is anybody’s guess right now.
As for the device’s availability, we expect it to reach markets around Q3, 2013.