LG G2 powered by Qualcomm's absolute latest and greatest 2.3 GHz quad-core Snapdragon 800 mobile CPU is, we have you covered. Lets just say we managed to fire up the usual popular benchmark tests to run on the just announced smartphone, and it blows away the competition.
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LG have just announced and detailed their new flagship G2 smartphone, and it's quite impressive. We knew it was coming, but LG has come out swinging here full of new features and software tweaks aside from offering a top-tier smartphone to rival the best of the best. Yes we have a 2.3 GHz quad-core processor and the world's thinnest 5.2-inch 1080p HD display, but you'll want to hear everything else LG is offering as well. Here's everything you need to know.
new take on the smartphone, and today it is time for LG to show us what they've been working on. Live in New York City LG has officially unveiled their all-new LG G2 smartphone. The spec war is certainly still going here, with this device coming in right between a Galaxy S4 and a Galaxy Note II. More details on this 5.2-inch 1080p quad-core powerhouse are coming in as we speak.
Lenovo is ready to get serious with its smartphone thrust if this latest leak is to be believed. The manufacturer, more known for its laptop business, will supposedly be switching to Qualcomm to power its next rumored smartphone, the Lenovo K910.
Nexus 7 and rumors of what could be the next Nexus 10 circulating online, it seems that the time is just right for Amazon to refresh its own Android tablets. And based on leaks, it just might indeed do that soon with some rather unusual and not so unusual upgrades to its Kindle Fire line.
Galaxy Note II still has a bit of life left. The Note II had recently been spotted in a benchmark filing. The interesting bit about that filing dealt with the processor -- which just so happened to be a Snapdragon 600.
Galaxy S4 or HTC One, you're running the latest and greatest quad-core processor from Qualcomm. They've been a staple in the mobile market as of late, and are leading the charge on top-tier smartphones, and in the 4G LTE market as well. Today we had a moment to talk with Qualcomm about their upcoming tech following this weeks earnings report, and learned some exciting news about their next chip, the Snapdragon 800.
Lenovo has the K900 smartphone which is sporting a 5.5-inch display and Intel processor, however it is looking like the K910 will be shifting from Intel. A recent benchmark leak pointed towards the Lenovo K910 as having a 2.1GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor. And just to make mention, those benchmarks were showing results that were just shy of 30,000.