Not too long ago, specs of LG’s upcoming 4.7” Android quad-core phone leaked. However as with the cases of most leaks and rumors, they’re best approached with a hint of skepticism just in case they fall short. Well as some of you guys know by now, IFA will be taking place next week and LG may have confirmed the devices themselves by creating a new website that talks about a new phone by them that sports the Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro processor along with a quad-core chipset, supposedly unrivaled in mobile computing. Rumored to be known as the LG Optimus G, apart from its quad-core processor, the handset is also rumored to feature 2GB of RAM and a 13MP camera to boot. This is probably the closest thing we can get to a confirmation for now, but if you’d like to learn more about the device, be sure to check back with us during IFA as we will be bringing you all the details!
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