The LG G4 has had its fair share of drama and rumors surrounding it, will it or will it not be revealed at Mobile World Congress at the beginning of March this year just happens to be one of them, and we have already answered that question recently. Well, what you see here happens to be a snapshot from the GFXBench site, where it shows a LG H959 device that will run on a 64-bit octa-core Snapdragon 810 processor, making us wonder whether this could very well be the highly anticipated LG G4.
In the GFXBench site, it points out how the LG H959 will arrive with a 5.5” display, which would definitely jive with previous speculations and rumors so far. However, the resolution count of 1080 x 1920 means there is no QHD resolution, which would most probably mean this is not the LG G4 after all. Apart from that, storage stands at just 16GB, accompanied by 2GB RAM, which would pretty much make this a higher end mid-tier handset. At the back lies a 12MP shooter with a front-facing 2MP camera, accompanied by Android 5.0.1 Lollipop as the operating system of choice.
Maybe this might very well be a “Lite” version of the LG G4, who knows? Only time will be able to tell.