By Shailesh Shrivastava | May 06, 2013 09:45 AM EDT
Just a couple of days ago we got to see an all-new smartphone from LG Electronics being tested at Bluetooth SIG and AnTuTu benchmarks, and now we can see the pictures of the new smartphone.
Pictures of an LG smartphone have been leaked by the renowned leakster @evleaks that show the smartphone with a blue screen and no physical button.
The smartphone is being dubbed the LG Optimus G2 and was found at the benchmark tests last week. Some people are also talking about Nexus 5 after seeing the images, but the possibilities of the smartphone being the next Nexus are very low.
The images show a slightly curvy body on the device that looks very similar to Samsung's Galaxy S3 handset. But the device doesn't have any physical button at the front and at the normal hardware home button location is the LG logo.
The placement of sensors is also slightly different and the front camera is also placed on the left-hand side, unlike other smartphones.
The phone also has the micro USB connecting and charging slot that is placed at the bottom center.
The possibilities of the device being the next Nexus smartphone are very low because of the LG logo placed on the front. As Nexus 5 is going to be the joint product of Google and LG like its predecessor, having the LG logo so prominently on the front wouldn't sit well with Google.
If the device really exists, thenthere is a chance it could be the Optimus G2.
According to GSM Arena, the successor of the Optimus G smartphone was spotted in AnTuTu and Bluetooth SIG benchmarks.
The report showed that there are three different devices being tested for the benchmark. The three devices are codenamed F320K, F320L and F340L. While F320K was spotted running on a 1.5 GHz processor, two other devices, F320L and F340L, were spotted running on a 2.0 GHz processor.
It is also speculated that the two devices running on 2.0 GHz processor will get LG's own eight-core Odin processor that is expected to be on the market later this year. Odin has a combination of a quad-core A15 CPU and a quad-core A7 CPU.
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