Anonymous, 15 Feb 2012single core is good, dual core is excellent, quad core is pure waste of mobile resourcesWhat kerosine below me said. It's here to stay forever. Don't belittle progress.
Not all that amazing, I am get around 4300 with my stock ics Samsung galaxy s2 running latest Samsung beta leak.
LG, 15 Feb 2012Does the consumer really need all that quadcore... power to run the smartphone these day??? When hardware improves, so do software possibilities, ergo, functionality for a smartphone. The better the hardware, therefore, the more useful a smartphone can become. Don't complain about progress, stick with what you have if you don't want better tech, but for progress' sake, don't belittle such improvements!
hi, 15 Feb 2012cough.... screen resolution ...coughIt is 2.25 times the pixel count. Anyway, even though it is good performance, it isn't that spectacular IMO for twyce the cores and a new gen.
Does the consumer really need all that quadcore... power to run the smartphone these day???
despotovski01, 15 Feb 2012I would say: Who needs a quad-core smartphone when you could have a 8-core PC with 16+ GB RAM?... moreeight core PC CPU is 130Watt+++
whereas quad core phone is only a mere watt. It would make the best PC replacement.
single core is good, dual core is excellent, quad core is pure waste of mobile resources
McArra, 15 Feb 2012Galaxy S2 ICS BETA, stock clocks: 4000 markscough.... screen resolution ...cough
Very good example for showing that quad core is just not necessary.
"The LG X3 is said to have 16GB of expandable thought the microSD card slot internal memory"
Memory is thought.
If lg unviels this at mwc. That'll be great. It wont be stalling the market like how apple and samsung aredoing now. Of course the clear winner cant be decided till sgs3 comes out
Its not about spec's for me, its all about features. That's why I'm looking forward to see what HTC have in store.
nice. however rather than processor, I was expecting for a full support of 64gb sdxc card on newer phone.
This score should not be compared to quadrant earlier versions:
Yes, looks impressive but I am not buying another LG phone in the near future. I was one of the early adopters of Optimus 2x and what did I get? Sluggish phone due to low memory and LG's crappy skinning of android, random reboots, force closing programs and so on.. Then I waited a decade for the promised "coming soon" gingerbread update. It's seriously a phone that I want to smash in a wall .. especially after I run 5-6 applications. Sorry LG, buying another brand next time.