Details of LG’s unannounced X3 smartphone has been revealed early, giving us a better idea of what LG could be unveiling at MWC. According to MoDaCo’s source, the X3 will arrive running on a Tegra 3 quad-core processor and Android 4, which should give it enough processing power and new features to make for a compelling high-end smartphone.
The flagship X3 will also reportedly feature a huge, 4.7-inch touchscreen with a 720 x 1280 resolution and a 1.3MP webcam up front, an eight-megapixel cam with an “ultra-fast shutter” at the back, and a 2000mAh battery providing power under the hood. It looks like the X3 will only come with a single 16GB storage option, but it does come with a microSD slot for expansion.
The source also provided screenshots taken from the phone, showing it to be running on an unmodified Android 4.0.3 OS, as well as NFC connectivity. One of the screenshots also show a benchmark screen, showing a performance benchmark score that’s considerably higher than Samsung’s Galaxy Nexus and Galaxy Tab.
The X3 is expected to be renamed to something else by the time it gets officially unveiled, likely later this month at Mobile World Congress.