The technology that is found inside our smartphones and PCs is changing and improving at a rapid rate. If you think back just a few years and compare the handsets then to what you get now the difference is amazing. Today we can tell you about the upcoming LG X3 that is set to join the Tegra 3 quad-core party.
Nvidia’s new chip has already found itself in the likes of the Transformer Prime from Asus, and according to a report on Pocket Now it will be powering the LG X3 in the coming months. This stylish looking handset will join the likes of the HTC Edge and possibly the Samsung Galaxy S3 by using the processor.
Besides the processor the LG X3 will come with an impressive 4.7-inch display at 1280 x 720 resolutions. The device is thought to still only measure below 9mm in thickness despite all that power inside. Camera wise it is thought to feature an eight megapixel unit on the back, with a 1.3 megapixel shooter around the front.
Storage wise the X3 is believed to have 16GB that can be expanded further via a microSD card. The smartphone should come running the Android 4.0 operating system, and use physical capacitive buttons over touchscreen ones. It is believed to have HSPA+ connectivity that could see LTE added in certain regions. It will also have the latest Bluetooth technology with 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi, and NFC capability.
For a slim device the 2000mAh battery doesn’t sound too bad either, and could make its debut at next month’s Mobile World Congress with a release around late spring or early summer. Do you like the look of the LG X3?
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