The LG Optimus G was the first smartphone to feature the Snapdragon S4 Pro quad-core chipset, which was the best one could seek for at that time. The device hasn’t broken any sale records since its launch, but LG is not giving up the Optimus G line-up no matter what. Hence, it’s preparing a successor of the Optimus G, the Optimus G2, which has just leaked at Bluetooth SIG and AnTuTu benchmark.
Three variants of the smartphone have been spotted: the LG F340L, F320K and F320L. The F320L and F340L run on Android 4.2.2 Jellybean and pack processors of 2GHz, possibly the yet unreleased Snapdragon 800 CPU, whereas the F320K sports a 1,5GHz processor and Android 4.1.2 Jellybean. Strangely, the F320K scored a better score than the more powerful F320L, but that’s normal if we consider the testing status of the three smartphones.
Rest of the known specs include a 5-inch FullHD display, 13MP back-facing camera and 2,1MP front-facing shooter. We hope we hear more about this devices in the near future to bring a more clear view of this situation.