LG E970 Makes an Appearance at Benchmark Tests

May 29, 2012, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

If you are looking for a powerful LG smartphone, search no more, as it looks like LG will be launching a new smartphone with powerful performance in the near future. It will be called the LG E970.

The LG E970 is a device unlike any other device from LG so far as it sets the bar quite really high up. The device will run Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich OS and will carry either a dual-core MSM8960 pro snapdragon or the quad-core APQ8064.

One piece of information that is absolutely certain though is the presence of the Adreno 320 graphics processor. The phone will display a 1280 x 768 screen which can play 720p videos and is believed to be an AT&T handset.

The Sprint version of the mobile phone named the LG LS970 carries 2 GB RAM and a quad core processor. So, we can assume that the AT&T version of the phone will also share the same features but then again, there comes another problem.

The quad-core APQ8064 processor unfortunately does not have an integrated modem, which would be a huge problem for a phone even though the processor was mainly built for tablets. So, there is a higher possibility that the company went with the dual-core MSM8960 pro snapdragon.

Standard tests have revealed that the device scored 6722, which was enough to beat the incredibly powerful iPad GPU, and though it even beat the score of the Samsung Galaxy S III, it was not that much of a difference.

Still, anything that can surpass one of the few most powerful devices has to be worth it right? You bet, but only time will tell if the handset comes with its set of bugs and other issues as well.

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