LG Eclipse 4G LTE, a super phone from LG, has been hitting the headlines for the last few weeks due to multiple leaks. However, the latest leak which mentions another unannounced LG device named E970 along with LS970 gives us some real information which spec crazy smartphone lovers would like to read.
Both the phones have popped up on the Bluetooth Special Interest Group website and now confirm LTE connectivity feature and almost similar specs making us doubt that they are same rig heading for different networks.
According to the latest leak, LG Eclipse or LS970/E970 is a super phone that packs Qualcomm’s quad core Krait processor, and may hit the AT&T network in the US possibly in October. The device may also hit Canada too in the meanwhile.
The phone is capable of eclipsing the hype around Galaxy S III and HTC One X in the Android camp with its exceptional specs that includes the 1.5 GHz Cortex A15 chip and a beefy Adreno 320 GPU.
The rig and the specs have been spotted at a User Agent Profile too touting its specs like 4.67 inch screen at 1280 x 768 resolution. To make the gadget fans fall for the device at once, LG has packed a 13 MP cam on its rear and a full 2 GB RAM in its brain to keep things running at blaze pace.
The rigs have showcased more than satisfactory performance when they recently popped up in certain bench marking sites. According to the results of the GLBench’s off-screen Egypt test, the LS970 which is expected to be the Sprint version of the device performed at 125fps while the E970, which is heading to AT&T made it at 113fps. NenaMark results marked 58.8 for the E970, while the LS970 bagged an 11,663 on AnTuTu benchmark site.
In short, for such a device, waiting till October will not be an issue, right?