The LG Optimus 2X was the first dual-core SoC sporting phone to be released to the consumers all over the world. Now, LG is again looking to be the first Android handset manufacture to release the first world’s first quad-core processor sporting handset.
Paul O’Brien of MoDaCo has managed to get some information about the upcoming quad-core handset from LG. This handset from LG will be sporting a Tegra 3 processor, pack 1GB of RAM, a mammoth 4.7-inch screen with 720p HD resolution, 16GB of on-board storage, an 8MP camera in the rear and a 1.3MP snapper in the front, and lastly a massive 2000mAh battery!
Paul has also leaked some screenshots of the handset’s Quadrant score. The device scores a whopping 4412 points in the latest version of Quadrant, which is nearly double of what the Galaxy Nexus scores. From the screenshots, it also looks like that this un-named handset from LG will come with a nearly stock Ice Cream Sandwich build, with just a few minor tweaks from LG. Hopefully, this move from LG will allow the company to update its handsets to the latest version of Android faster.