A mysterious device going by the name LG-F320 popped up in an AnTuTu benchmark and is leaving many scratching their heads. As spotted by GSMInsider, there’s a pretty good chance we could be looking at the recently leaked LG G2. The benchmark — which originated from South Korea — shows the device powered by an unspecified 2.3GHz processor. Given the high clock speed, we’re inclined to believe we’re looking at a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 CPU, already confirmed to come bundled inside the upcoming LG G2.
With a score of 32,002, this is definitely no slouch. By comparison, our HTC One with Snapdragon 600 CPU yielded a score of 22,234 back in our review. Other than that, not a peep about Android version or any other info for that matter was provided. Guess we’ll have to learn more come August 7th, where LG currently has a press event scheduled in New York. We’re betting we’ll learn more about the beastly LG G2 there.
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- Check out the LG G2 forums, see the specs, or find news and reviews.