LG G Flex aces AnTuTu, has 720p screen to thank

25 October, 2013 | Comments (30) | Post your comment

Tags: LG, Android, Rumors

LG G Flex showed its curved face for the first time two weeks ago on a leaked press image. Two days ago we sat the smartphone appearing in a demo video and a bunch of live shots.


LG G Flex live photos

Today we got to see the LG G Flex run through the AnTuTu tests, where the benchmark recorded the device's specs and scores in its database.


LG G Flex stats on AnTuTu

According to AnTuTu, the LG G Flex has a 6.0" 720p display, as opposed to previous rumors of 1080p resolution, and runs on Snapdragon 800 chipset with 2GB of RAM. The rest of the specs confirmed by the AnTuTu's page include 32GB internal memory, a 13MP camera and Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean.

LG G Flex scored 33,336 on AnTuTu 4, which is the best score we've encountered so far. If the G Flex indeed running on 720p though it would explain the better result than the rest of the S800 gang.

AnTuTu 4

Higher is better

  • LG G Flex
    33336
  • Note 10.1 2014 Edition
    33198
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 3
    31109
  • Sony Xperia Z1
    30850
  • LG G2
    30243
  • Sony Xperia Z Ultra
    29185
  • Samsung Galaxy S4
    27613
  • HTC One
    26389
  • HTC One Max
    26348
  • LG Nexus 4
    17006

Anyway, as the rumor has it, the LG G Flex should be announced in November, so we'll know for sure soon enough. Plus Samsung has already announced the curved Galaxy Round for Korea, so LG is probably in a hurry to answer its rival.

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LG G Flex aces AnTuTu, has 720p screen to thank - reader comments

  • Teddy

What did you do to your note to score that high? Flex out of box scored higher than anything else right now

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  • 2014-04-10 19:57
  • YiQX
  • Anonymous

No shatterproof flexible screen. No point.

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  • 2013-10-27 15:18
  • Ibxg
  • Dustin

Do yall have a defective note 3 unit? My note 3 doesn't score less than 36000 and has seen 38492 with some tweaking. As soon as developers play with the kernel some more I'd expect to see 40000+.

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  • 2013-10-27 06:55
  • FFhW