The quad-core LG X3 scores crazy on the new Quadrant, coming with 2000mAh battery to feed a 4.7" HD display
It looks like the LG X3 with Tegra 3 will be one of the monster phones for this year, as insiders have leaked its eye-popping Quadrant 2.0 scores, as well as confirmed most of the specs rumored around the device, including the equally impressive 4.7" 1280x720 LCD screen.
It will feature a hearty 2000 mAh battery, which will be desperately needed if the battery life on phones like the LG Nitro HD with a 4.5" HD display is any indication.
The rest of the specs were reconfirmed to be 8MP camera with the modern instantaneous shutter, and 16GB of internal memory plus microSD slot for expansion.
Android 4.0.3 Ice Cream Sandwich will be running the show, hopefully not overly skinned. Have a look at that amazing 4412 score on the new Quadrant, and welcome to the new quad-core smartphone reality. In comparison, the dual-core LG Optimus LTE in the office scored 2514 yesterday when Quadrant 2.0 got released.