LG is expected to unveil a new flagship phablet in the near future in the form of the LG G4 Pro. The device has just made an appearance on GFXBench, revealing its key specs.
Phablets have become immensely popular within the last few years, and our favorite smartphone manufacturers have already unveiled their latest flagship devices. Samsung has covered its phablet bases with its Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 Edge+. The devices both feature large 5.7-inch quad-HD displays, and like the standard Galaxy S6, the Edge+ is packing the same unique dual-edge display.
Apple just shattered sales records thanks in part to its latest and greatest phablet, the iPhone 6s Plus, which packs in a 5.5-inch Full HD display and 3D Touch.
Google took the wraps off of its next-generation phablet at a press event today by announcing the Nexus 6P. Like Samsung's jumbo-sized smartphones, the Nexus 6P includes a 5.7-inch quad-HD display.
LG is expected to launch two new phablets at a press event in October, the LG V10, which features a unique secondary display, and the LG G4 Pro.
The LG G4 Pro has just made an appearance on GFXBench, revealing the flagship phablet's key specs. The device is listed by both its official name and model number (H900) and is running Android 5.1.1. LG will apparently match its Android rivals by using a 5.7-inch 2560 by 1440 quad-HD display. It will be powered by a hexa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 808 processor and 4 GB of RAM to keep things running snappy.
The LG G4 Pro that was benchmarked is the 64 GB option, and the phablet is expected to include a microSD expansion slot, something Samsung, Apple and Google don't offer with their devices. It will reportedly pack in a 15 megapixel rear camera that is able to record 4K video and 5 megapixel front-facing shooter for video chat and selfies.
We should know all the details of the LG G4 Pro and LG V10 on Oct. 1, when LG is expected to officially launch the phablets.