Mysterious 1080p LG F240K JellyBean device surface


Looks like LG Mobile already has its very own 1080p device ready for next year, a first glimpse of a Full HD LG we might see as early as January 2013 at CES in Las Vegas. LG F240K is the model number assigned to a new unreleased LG handset that leaked today.

According to GLBenchmark website LG F240K sports a 1.5GHz processor which we suspect it is the latest Qualcomm quad-core S4 Pro SoC, because it is accompanied by Adreno 320 GPU, runs Android 4.1.2 JellyBean build JZO54K. There’s one more thing to learn from this leak, the “K” in LG-F240K refers to KT network operator from South Korea.

Next year will be the year of Full HD screen handhelds. Manufacturers like HTC who has already announced its 1080p phone — HTC J Butterfly/HTC Droid DNA; Huawei is ready to debut a 6.1 inch 1080p device in 2013; SHARP is also present with a 1080p device — SH930W and lets not forget Sony and its Yuga C6603 1080p smartphone.