LG has expected to leave the ‘G’ smartphones series and announce its substitute series on 15 May. Nevertheless, a mystery LG phone model with 8 GB of RAM and octa-core Qualcomm ‘Lito’ processor has been listed in the Geekbench list. South Korean technology hasn’t reportedly confirmed the production of the new device.
The ‘Lito’ processor is not of a much secret, but news last month revealed that Qualcomm produces four additional processors. The Qualcomm processor known as ‘Lito’ is known to be the successor of the 765 and 765 G Snapdragon chipsets which come with 5 G support.
To sum up, easily we will take the LG phone model number LGE LM-G900N from the Geenkbench page. The report also points to the fact that LG Phone achieved 506 points during the single-core check and 1,545 points in the multi-core section.
LG Phone Model Technical Specification
The device itself is allegedly operated by the Qualcomm ‘Lito’ octa-core chipset with a clock base rate of 1,8GHz. In addition, the smartphone has Android running 10 and 8 GB of RAM packaging.
As reported previously, LG will drop the flagship smartphones series ‘G’ in the following month. It was announced that LG would add 5 G support to its smartphones in the rumored unnamed series with an unspecified Snapdragon 7 series chipset.
If 5 G support rumors are valid, LG will certainly load the 765 or 765 G chipsets of Snapdragon because they are just Qualcomm 7-series chips with a 5 G modem.
But, as the Japanese blog Reameizu pointed out last month, the enigmatic ‘Lito’ processor – as seen in the root kernel of the Galaxy S20 series – is not Snapdragon 765 G SoC but is a Snapdragon 765 5 G prototype or ‘maybe the SM7350’ also rumored to have 5 G support.
Additionally, a further tech Inspected article quoting a tipster reveals that it is a member of the SM7350 of a new Qualcomm 700 chip series. “The SM7350 is clearly going to follow the Snapdragon 765 Series, which includes a partial SM7250 number,” added the author.
Therefore, the enigmatic “Lito” smartphone found at Geekbench may mean that a new Snapdragon 7 series processor supporting 5 G networking is available. It is likely. As these discoveries were not verified by both Qualcomm and LG, the use of this information would be with a sprinkle of salt.