The LG P936 has already hit the FCC running, which means the smartphone should be making its way to the mass market in due time – or at least, that is the case with most devices that have paid a visit to the FCC already. While it has been identified as an Optimus LTE model, FCC documents revealed that only tests were run on standard AT&T 2G frequencies, so this might be deduced that the LG P936 will not be making a US debut. Well, a hands-on video of the LG P936 just appeared today, in addition to benchmark figures to boot. Unfortunately, even with a video of the LG P936 in action, there are no further details on the smartphone’s hardware specifications, apart from a 1.5GHz processor of an unknown core count, a 720p resolution display, and an 8-megapixel camera at the pack. According to the folks at GSM Dome, the LG P936 will feature a display with a pixel density of 320 ppi, where mental math sees it ending up with a diagonal measurement of approximately 4.6″ – perhaps the same size as the new generation iPhone that is tipped to be released later this year. Benchmarks saw it rack up a Quadrant score of 2,564 that is fair enough if it is a dual-core processor powered device.
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