The latest Snapdragon 800 chip is fast emerging as the processor of choice for smartphone manufacturers looking to offer the pinnacle of performance with their devices. This is how things have shaped up to be for the Sony Xperia Z Ultra as well as the Samsung Galaxy S4 LTE-A. And now it seems it is LG to be next in line with the chip slated to be at the core of the LG-F320. The particular device has not be heard of before but appeared recently in an AnTuTu test. The said device powered by a 2.3 Ghz Snapdragon 800 chip went on to score a thoroughly impressive 32,002 at the tests. However, the Sony Xperia Z Ultra managed even better scores of 34,758 while the S4 LTE-A scored the least with 31,491. However, what also need to be mentioned is that the above mentioned figures aren’t the ultimate measure of how good the device will be when it enters the market.
So what really matters is what the LG-F320 is all about and wherefrom did it emerge. Unfortunately, the mystery starts and also ends there as there almost nothing that we know of it right now. Under such circumstances, we are left with little other choice than to make the best use of our speculative skill. And what we can arrive at is that what is being termed as the LG-F320 might in reality be the LG G2 in disguise.
If that indeed is the case than we can look forward to a device that offers a 1080p display, has a 13 mp camera at the real along with Android 4.2.2 or above as its operating system. Also, let’s not forget, it is the LG G2 that is also being associated with rear mounted volume rocker buttons.
However, even if the LG-F320 does not equate to LG G2 than what is amply clear is that it does pack a lot of horse power to unsettle even the biggies in the business.