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LG-F320 appears on benchmark site with Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 onboard

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LG-F320 appears on benchmark site with Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 onboard
An unannounced LG smartphone was just spotted on the AnTuTu benchmark site, powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor. The test was conducted in South Korea, home to LG, and the clockspeed on the silicon was 2.3GHz. Perhaps this is the LG G2, which is expected to be launched in Korea next month before the expected August 7th introduction of the phone.

Another possibility is that this is a new Nexus 5 although the information is so sparse, it really is up in the air at this point. At any rate, whatever phone this is, it looks to be a powerhouse as it scored 32,002 on the benchmark test. To put that in perspective, that score beats the 31,491 scored by the Snapdragon 800 powered Samsung Galaxy S4 which previously broke all records on the benchmark site.

If it is the sequel to the LG Optimus G, last week some pictures leaked out showing the volume rocker on the back of the handset, just above the camera lens. That dovetails perfectly with pictures of a mysterious LG device that were leaked last month showing no buttons on the front or side of the device.

The mysterious LG-F320 scores high on the AnTuTu site

The mysterious LG-F320 scores high on the AnTuTu site


Thanks Anonymous Tipster!

source: GSMInsider

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posted on 30 Jun 2013, 22:56 3

1. dwgit (Posts: 37; Member since: 24 Dec 2012)


In two years phone will be clocked at 3 ghz I wonder if games sjch as crysis etc. will come to android hmmmmmm:)

posted on 30 Jun 2013, 23:29 1

3. lhtbinh1909 (Posts: 53; Member since: 02 Apr 2013)


I doubt 3GHz will showdown next year and then we'll have 40.000+.
More power, but in the end it's just phone-in-my-pocket, never compete with PC. And I'll never play Crysis on their tiny screens with frustrating controller.

posted on 30 Jun 2013, 23:44 2

5. LePeR1898 (Posts: 2; Member since: 30 Jun 2013)


Well considering you can already connect your phone to an HDTV via HDMI and there's all kinds of Bluetooth controllers around it can easily be done.. I play most of my android games using a PS3 Controller with the GameKlip

posted on 02 Jul 2013, 07:57

15. itsdeepak4u2000 (Posts: 2691; Member since: 03 Nov 2012)


If these type of phones are coming then that day is not far away where phones will come with below specs or even more than that. ;P

- 3-8 inch flexible (with enlarge/reduce-able screen facility according to user's requirement).
- bendable, unbreakable, twistable display.
- 50 MP rear / 10 MP Front (Both Full HD at 120 fps).
- 5.0 GHz 16 core snapdragon 1600 processor.
- Adreno 660 GPU.
- 8GB RAM.
- 5G to 10G / LTE+++ Super Advance support.

posted on 30 Jun 2013, 23:13 4

2. FlushGordon (unregistered)


Where are the Tegra 4 devices? XD

That CEO dude from Nvidia must be feeling agitated by now lol

posted on 30 Jun 2013, 23:31 2

4. ajac09 (Posts: 1367; Member since: 30 Sep 2009)


nvidia always late to the game which sucks becasue tegra 4 is amazing.

posted on 01 Jul 2013, 00:38

6. kobainez (Posts: 302; Member since: 13 Apr 2012)


Still can't beat xperia togari aka Z ultra score

posted on 01 Jul 2013, 01:22 2

7. hung2900 (Posts: 804; Member since: 02 Mar 2012)


I bet you cannot see the difference in performance.
Believe in benchmark is BS. Some sites show GS4 Octa just over 26k Antutu (GSMArena), my GS4 I9400 is 29k while somebody reached more than 30k with stock.
GS4 Korea (1.8GHz Octa)'s benchmark scores are also varied, from 28k-32k.

I forgot to mention about at different times I get different results

posted on 01 Jul 2013, 01:38

8. istitch (Posts: 167; Member since: 19 Mar 2013)


If im not wrong xperia zu scored like 36000 in the test

posted on 01 Jul 2013, 02:05

9. tech2 (Posts: 2180; Member since: 26 Oct 2012)


The problem with Octa is not the power but other aspects of the chip:

1. No LTE support

2. Huge battery drainer

3. Earlier adopters complained significantly about over heating issues.

posted on 01 Jul 2013, 03:14 1

10. hung2900 (Posts: 804; Member since: 02 Mar 2012)


I'm telling about the benchmark, and Octa has LTE (in Korea now, and can be used in other places, but SS doesn't want, that's it)

posted on 01 Jul 2013, 03:43 3

11. eli577 (Posts: 81; Member since: 29 Jun 2010)


Wow....so you've got a unique S4....I9400....LOL. There is no such device.

posted on 01 Jul 2013, 09:24

13. kobainez (Posts: 302; Member since: 13 Apr 2012)


I thought samsung fanboys always boost that samsung is the king of benchmark before but now its BS? I think your statement is BS too. If Samsung galaxy s4 sd800 score the highest you would probably say Samsung s4 sd800 is the best or king of benchmark. Typical samsung fanboy

posted on 01 Jul 2013, 06:31

12. pwnarena (Posts: 932; Member since: 15 Feb 2013)


funny how all of them are clocked higher than the xperia z ultra but still fail to score higher.

thankfully they have huge batteries. i prefer huge batteries over marginally faster performance.

posted on 02 Jul 2013, 00:50

14. sarge77 (Posts: 202; Member since: 14 Mar 2013)


3ghz probably not ever computer and smartphone has a limit if thats the case we'll see 6ghz intel or amd as for smartphones think their working on making more cores keeps system cooler with adding the power like intel said on one of their articles in 10 years a smartphone will havr upto 64cores thats sick

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