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Qualcomm’s flagship chip the Snapdragon 800 is becoming more frequent in super phones these days. So it is not much of a surprise when a device called the LG-F320 shows up at the scene with a Snapdragon 800 processor inside. From Sony Xperia Z Ultra to Samsung Galaxy S4 LTE-A, we are witnessing the Qualcomm chip becoming the choice of big budget smartphones. LG has been quite vocal when it comes to using Snapdragon chips so it is not much of a big deal when we look at the LG-F320.

The LG-F320 has never been heard or rumored before, but it has now appeared in an AnTuTu benchmark. The LG-F320 is packing a really fast 2.3 GHz Snapdragon 800 processor which means that the device was able to score really high. The LG-F320 scored an impressive figure of 32,002 on the AnTuTu benchmark test. Although the LG-F320 is still behind the ginormous high score of 24,758 set by the Sony Xperia Z Ultra, it is still ahead of the Samsung Galaxy S4 LTE-A which came at 31,491. All these benchmarks have one thing in common, the Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 800 chip.

So now let’s address the elephant in the room, just what is the LG-F320? Is it a tablet? Is it a phablet or is it a standard smartphone? Well one thing is confirmed; it is a fast device. Is LG secretly working on the Nexus 5? Well to be honest there is a slight chance that the Korean manufacture had another go with the pure Google experience. But the LG-F320 is probably a variant of the upcoming LG G2 smartphone. Well only time will tell or perhaps a timely leak will shed some light on the LG-F320. Until then we will keep digging to find some interesting information about the mysterious device.

Source: Engadget via Motorola

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