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LG F600L Pops Up On Geekbench, 4GB Of RAM In Tow

July 17, 2015 - Written By Kristijan Lucic

LG has released a couple of devices this year, including the company’s new flagship, the LG G4. The G4 is now available in a range of countries all over the world, and is already regarded as one of the best devices in 2015. That being said, it seems like LG is planning to release yet another handset soon, at least according to a recent listing on Geekbench. Anyhow, let’s take a look at what’s going on, shall we.

The mysterious LG-F600L handset has surfaced on Geekbench, and it packs in a really nice set of specs. The LG-F600L will be powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 808 64-bit hexa-core processor, just like the original LG G4. Interestingly enough, this device will pack 4GB of RAM, which is 1GB more than the LG G4. Now, this certainly does look like the rumored LG G4 Plus, but the model number seems rather odd. This could be a Korea-only device, LG usually uses the ‘F’ naming for such devices, like the Optimus Vu F100s for example. That being said, this is hardly a ‘Optimus Vu’ handset though, this model’s specs are high-end, which is not exactly a characteristic of LG’s Optimus Vu line.

So, what device are we looking at here? Well, in our humble opinion, it’s either the LG G4 Plus, or a revamped LG G4 model for the Korean market which will be identical to the G4, but sport 4GB of RAM instead of three. The Geekbench listing also mentions that the device will ship with Android 5.1.1 Lollipop, which wast o be expected though. That’s more or less everything Geekbench listing revealed, you can check out the full listing if you follow the source link down below.

There you have it folks, it seems like LG is about to announce another premium device soon. We still don’t know when they might reveal this device, but it’s probably going to happen in the coming weeks. If we had to guess, we’d say this is a Korea only iteration of LG G4 which will sport more RAM than the original, but we’ll see, anything is possible at this point.