LG’s LU6200 Outed As 1.5GHz Dual-Core LTE Beast?

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Have you been looking for LG to come up with some really top-tier hardware? Sure, we’ve heard of some impressive devices that will soon be coming our way, but what about devices with A-list specs across the board? Assuming the details play out, a newly-rumored LG Android may be just the phone you’ve been hoping for.

The LU6200 starts off with the solid foundation of a 1.5GHz dual-core Snapdragon. The phone’s display is supposed to be a 4.5-incher with an HD 720p resolution (resulting in 329ppi density), manufactured using LG’s new Advanced High Performance In-Plane Switching technology, offering superior battery life to alternatives like Super AMOLED Plus. Add on an eight-megapixel rear camera, a 1.3-megapixel front-facer, and a gigabyte of RAM, and you’ve got one powerful phone starting to come together.

For now, it looks like the LU6200 will be staying in Korea, for operation on the LTE airwaves there, but LG would be wise to bring, if not this exact phone, something else with this kind of hardware to a wider market.

Source: MovePlayer (Google translate)

Via: Electronista

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