LG G2 mini benchmark listing spotted, revealing purported specifications

LG G2 mini benchmark listing spotted, revealing purported specifications
LG has been rumoured to be working on a mini-variant of its flagship smartphone, the G2, believed to be dubbed LG G2 mini. The rumoured device has now allegedly been spotted at a benchmark listing.

The LG G2 mini's alleged GFXbench listing surfaced online via Webtrek, which also claims that the mini-variant of the LG G2 will launch at CES 2014.

According to the leaked benchmark listing, the alleged LG G2 mini will have model number LG D-410, and would be powered by a 1.2GHz quad-core Snapdragon 400 processor with Adreno 305 GPU, contrary to an earlier report that suggested the smartphone would run on a Snapdragon 800 chipset.

Further, the listing claims that the alleged LG G2 mini will feature a 4.7-inch display with a resolution of 540x960 (qHD) pixels, which can be considered a huge fall from G2's full-HD display.

Notably, the alleged LG G2 mini is also seen running the latest Android OS version, KitKat, which is said to be releasing for the LG G2 by Q1 2014.

An earlier report had indicated 2GB of RAM for the alleged LG G2 mini, however, it also suggested that the name LG G2 mini is not the official name and could be changed when launched.

Unfortunately, there has been no word on the design of the alleged LG G2 mini, whether it would also feature the power buttons and the volume rocker on the back of the phone, like the G2.

LG might launch the rumoured LG G2 mini at CES 2014, as there have been reports suggesting that the sales of LG G2 have been below expectations. At the time of the report, LG had reportedly sold around 600,000 units of the G2 in South Korea since its launch; internationally the South Korean major sold about 2.3 million units, while the company had set a sales target of 3 million for the G2 globally. However, there has been no official word on the launch of the alleged LG G2 mini.


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Ketan Pratap
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