LG has been making the Android airwaves lately. No, they weren't accused of child labor, nor are they involved in some patent battle with a company named after a fruit. The LG Optimus G is set to debut sometime soon and will be announced at IFA 2012 in a matter of days.
However, that's not the only quad-core phone they're working on. The South Korean company is also developing another phone that is to feature the SnapDragon S4 pro chipset, an improvement over existing technology and has some of the best power management and graphic performance there is to offer. Of course LG is a bit skiddish on the details, as how companies usually are.
There's been talk of a 4.7-inch 720p display and 2GB RAM, but that's about it. LG posted a teaser video about the phone which happens to be in Korean. You can give it a watch below if you'd like, though it mainly only talks about the SnapDragon chipset and the graphics: