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LG Optimus G2 to feature 2GHz quad-core processor?

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 26 Nov 2012 22:22 User comments (5)

LG Optimus G2 to feature 2GHz quad-core processor? A reliable Korean paper has reported on the alleged specs of next year's LG Optimus G2 flagship.
The device will supposedly be released in May, the same time as the Samsung Galaxy S IV.

On the spec side, the G2 will be incredible. It will feature a 1080p 5-inch LCD display with 440ppi and a powerful 2 GHz quad-core Snapdragon Prime processor along with 2GB RAM.

Additionally, the device will run on the next iteration of Android and include a 13MP camera and LTE support.

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5 user comments

127.11.2012 1:55

Just might have to side with LG next spring...


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227.11.2012 17:46

After spending the last year with a G2X and dealing with hardware bugs and updates that never come and then just being ignored in favor of whatever their newest phone is... i just don't trust LG anymore.

328.11.2012 16:59

I don't like LG products either. Probably because they're some how once tied with that crap manufacturer Goldstar as LG stands for "Lucky Goldstar". To me........LG is mid-range products for people that either don't know better or can't afford higher quality.

Anyway....the year after this is released, they'll come out with a 2.5GHz, 3GB RAM, 4K Ultra HD upgradeable, 64GB Internal mem, 1080P 5.5 inch screen, 500 PPI, 6-core.

Why bother??????

Galaxy S3 will sufficiently last anyone for years to come regarding standard, practical cell phone use for 99.9% of all people.

430.11.2012 12:03

Can i install an upgraded battery... doesnt look like it, meh stick with the s3 thanks

51.12.2012 16:20

nicceeee

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