It won’t be much longer until the LG G2 will be launch and we already know that it’s going to be a complete beast of a smartphone thanks to Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 800 processor. However, in case you still have doubts about the phone’s performance, there is another detail that will certainly make you loose those doubts. Also known by its codename LG-D802, the LG G2 has just been spotted in an AnTuTu benchmark (by the guys at TechTastic) with a more than impressive score of around 30,000 points. To be more exact, the device scored 29,909, which is actually more than we expected.
Considering that the Samsung Galaxy S4 scored aroud 24,000 in AnTuTu, the results obtained by the LG G2 should be a problem for all the competitors.
The uncertainty about the fact that the handset will be very fast if we compare it with the other similar products already available on the market. Apart from the new Snapdragon 800 CPU, the LG G2 is expected to pack 3GB of RAM, which would make it the first to include this amount of memory. Other than this, the smartphone is said to also sport a 5.2-inch Full HD display, a 13 MP camera, and it will run Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean.
If all of these rumored specs turn out to be accurate, then the LG G2 will definitely be the star of this year’s summer and everybody might be buying an LG smartphone instead of a Samsung or Apple product. One thing is for sure, we have never seen a phone that scored this high in a benchmark test. We’ll just have to wait and see how the LG G2 will behave in real life usage.
Further, rumor has it that the hardware platform of the LG G2 will be used to underpin the yet-unannounced Nexus 5, the highly anticipated smartphone co-developed by Google and the South Korean company. Sources say that the Nexus 5 might be announced in October along with Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie, when Google will celebrate Android’s 5th birthday.