There are murmurs around the Internet that LG is preparing a phablet smartphone for release soon, most likely called the LG G Pro 3 (though the name LG G4 Pro has also been thrown around). Earlier this month, a rumour confirmed the existence of this device and suggested that it would have top of the line specifications, including a yet-to-be-released Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor, 4GB RAM, 6-inch Quad HD display, and 20.7MP rear camera. Interestingly, a benchmark on Geekbench has shown up recently which appears to depict a LG F600L going through the paces, but rocking a Snapdragon 808 instead and 4GB RAM, which has us wondering whether this is the LG G Pro 3 or possibly even the LG Nexus.
Instinctively, we have to assume that this device is going to be the LG G Pro 3 – the LG G Pro 2 had a model number of F350 – however there is also the possibility that this could be the LG Nexus – If you’re wondering how a device running a Snapdragon 808 could possibly be one of LG’s new devices, a revelation revealed yesterday that the Snapdragon 820 processor might not be ready for the Huawei Nexus also implies that it wouldn’t be ready for any device releasing before December, the LG G Pro 3 and LG Nexus included. LG’s preference for the Snapdragon 808 in the LG G4 instead of the Snapdragon 810 would naturally imply that they’d prefer it as a workhorse going forward if nothing else better was available.
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