LG’s forthcoming Optimus G2 has been detailed in a massive leak. The new Android device, which will be LG’s flagship smartphone for 2013, is laden with top end features.
As well as a 13-megapixel snapper round the back, there’s 2GB of RAM and a lightning-fast Snapdragon 800 processor. The latest Android software is also on board.
The design has been given a Nexus 4-style tweak compared to 2012’s Optimus G, with a more rounded frame in evidence.
What’s more, the screen will come in at a more than ample 5.2-inches, supporting 1080p HD video to boot.
Interestingly, one rumour-monger claims that this device will be the basis for Google’s oft-talked about Nexus 5.
That would make some sense seeing as Google has worked with LG closely in the last year.
However, earlier this summer LG execs dismissed suggestions that it was working on a follow-up to the wallet friendly Nexus 4.