LG ‘G Flex’ AnTuTu benchmarks spotted, reveal performance and specifications

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LG’s curved display smartphone, rumoured to be called the ‘G Flex,’ has now had its specifications all but confirmed thanks to leaked AnTuTu benchmark test results.

LG ‘G Flex’ curved display smartphone is said to be codenamed ZEE with model LG-LS995, as per the leaked AnTuTu benchmark test results. Internally, the alleged device is likely to be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 (MSM8974) processor with Adreno 330 GPU; 2GB RAM and 32GB inbuilt storage. The alleged LG G Flex is likely to run Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean.

Additionally, the AnTuTu test results also reveals a 6-inch display with 720×1280 pixels resolution, contrary to an earlier report that suggested that the ‘G Flex’ would ship with a full-HD resolution, much like the LG G2. Further the AnTuTu results suggests that the device would come with 244ppi (pixels per inch), which is again lower than LG’s flagship, the G2. The leaked benchmark results also reveal the AnTuTu score of 33,336 for the alleged LG ‘G Flex’.

On Wednesday, the rumoured LG ‘G Flex’ curved display smartphone was spotted in new live images and video.

As per the leaked images, the rumoured LG ‘G Flex’ smartphone will be curved from top to bottom, unlike Samsung’s Galaxy Round which is bent from side-to-side, and has been said to come with 6-inch curved OLED display. Further the device was seen sporting LG’s new signature design, which means it comes with rear-mounted physical buttons for power and volume controls, much like company’s flagship smartphone, the LG G2. The report suggested that the smartphone is likely to sport a 13-megapixel rear camera, again similar to the LG G2. The leaked video revealed that the LG ‘G Flex’ would come with similar features as found in other LG’s high-end smartphones.

The latest leaked AnTuTu benchmark results suggest that the launch of the LG ‘G Flex’ is not far and LG might soon join Samsung with the launch of its first curved display smartphone.

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