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High End LG Device Benchmarked with Snapdragon 810


News by Luke Jones on Monday January 05, 2015.

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A high end unknown LG smartphone has arrived on the Geekbench benchmark website, and it looks as though the device will boast the latest and greatest mobile chip technology. The LG-F510L comes with Qualcomm's new and still unused Snapdragon 810 chip, a processor that comes with four Cortex A57's and four Cortex A53's in a big.LITTLE architecture.

Of course, the obvious candidate for this is the G4 flagship, but it could also be the G Flex 2 that was announced today, the first smartphone to launch with the Snapdragon 810. The G4 is now reported to be coming with the G Pen stylus.

Samsung of course uses the advanced stylus (but don't call it that) S Pen on its Galaxy Note devices, and no other similar object in the mobile world works quite like it. Especially not LG's current G3 Stylus (image), a lower end smartphone with a stylus that is limited in functionality. The company is working on an advanced stylus called the G Pen, and by all accounts it will give Samsung and the S Pen a good fight in terms of software integration and functionality.

According to Chinese outlet ITHome, LG is working towards launching the G Pen alongside the G4 flagship, making its core device a productivity minded handset as well as an all-round multimedia giant. Other potential specs for the LG G4 include a 5.3-inch Quad HD (1440 x 2560) display, Android 5.0 Lollipop, 20.7 MP rear camera, Snapdragon 810 processor, 4 GB of RAM, and a 3500 mAh battery.

 
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