It looks like HTC’s upcoming Tegra 3 equipped smartphone will have competition at this year’s Mobile World Congress. According to MoDaCo‘s “secret source ,” LG is aiming to give HTC a run for its money by unveiling a quad-core device of it’s own, known as the LG X3, something that was hinted at back in January.
This time, the source was kind enough to share screenshots, including Quadrant scores, which the X3 came in at 4412. For comparisons sake, the Samsung Galaxy Nexus is around 2,000. In addition, one screenshot clearly shows the device running Android 4.0.3 with a 2.6.89 kernel, which is the latest Nvidia release, MoDaCo said.
As for the full specs, here is was the source revealed, lining up nicely with the earlier leak:
- 4.7-inch HD 720×1280 screen
- Tegra 3 Quad core processor (1.5GHz on single core, 1.4GHz when on 2-4 cores) + SMP Core (core companion) for IDLE task operations which will save battery life
- 2000mAh battery
- 16GB internal memory + microSD slot
- 8MP camera with ultra fast shutter
- 1.3MP Front Facing camera
- Ice Cream Sandwich 4.0.3
The specs look great, and the X3 looks to sport a pretty nice design to match. TechnoBuffalo will be at Mobile World Congress to bring you all the latest, and you can be sure we’ll have our eye on the X3 when (if) it’s announced.