A benchmark listing of LG’s upcoming curved display smartphone has apparently revealed the key specifications of the device. After several leaks and rumours, the specifications of the smartphone, called LG G Flex was still unknown to us, but now thanks to AnTuTu benchmark listing, we have some information regarding the specs of the smartphone.
According to AnTuTu, the LG G Flex will feature 6-inch 720p display, not full HD as rumoured earlier. The phone will be powered by Android Android 4.2.2 and will pack Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 quad-core processor, 2GB of RAM, 32GB of storage and 13MP rear camera, similar to LG’s current flagship G2.
AnTuTu further notes that the device will be launched not just only in South Korea like Samsung Galaxy Round, but this curved display smartphone is also expected to be released in US markets and will be available on Sprint network carrying model number LG-LS995.
There are still many things including pricing and exact availability which are yet to be cleared right now. So instead of making any speculation, it is better to wait for official announcement which is reported to be happened sometime in November, not too far now.