The latest leak from ‘evleaks’ – a Twitter user with a record of Smartphones is reportedly making news after it carried pictures of a Smartphone, which is presumably LG Optimus 2 or Google Nexus 5. While it was thought that the upcoming next-gen Optimus G2 was here, there were also talks about LG and Google partnering to bring out an LG Nexus 5 device.
The new handset, according to Android Authority’s Chris Smith would sport a 5.5 inch display and will hit the markets in fourth quarter of this year as LG has just announced its current flagship - Optimus G Pro in the U.S.
Meanwhile AnTuTu Benchmark database showed a number of unknown LG Optimus G2 versions being tested out. These handsets namely – LG-F340L, LG-F320L and LG-F320K were seen with 1.5GHz or 2GHz processors, running either Android 4.1.2 or 4.2.2 versions. These devices looked like Korean versions of LG’s mysterious phones but getting to know the actual specifications by a model number as reported by Smith was a major guessing game itself.
As with the phone, there are no hardware buttons on it and that it is said to be charged via a USB 2.0 connection below it. The logo would be seen at the bottom instead at the top and the primary speaker is placed a little bit lower as compared to the phone’s top border as in Optimus G Pro. On the whole the Smartphone will come in a size of around 2.5 by 5 inches.