Less than a month after an LG executive confirmed the existence of a Snapdragon 652-powered G5, the device has been made official - the variant is now listed on the South Korean company's Panama website. The device carries a model number of H850, which if you recall was also spotted on GFXBench last month.
Standard Qualcomm's SD652, as you might know, is an octa-core CPU with four 1.4GHz ARM Cortex-A53 cores and four ARM Cortex-A72 cores with a maximum of 1.8GHz. However, the LG Panama listing of the G5 reveals a 2.0 GHz octa-core processor.
Also, the variant is available in both 3GB/32GB and 4GB/32GB configurations. Rest of the specs are similar to the SD820-powered G5 - 5.3" QHD display, 16MP/8MP camera combo, 2,800mAh battery, and Android 6.0 Marshmallow.
In case you don't know, Latin Americans won't officially get the standard SD820 G5 - only the SD652 variant will be available there.
Lies, although not as much as iOS. android do natively use GPU hardware to "window compositing" especially animation/transition. we can also activated GPU to render stuff even 2D from developer option. stop spreading nonsense. http://www.extreme...
GPU = Graphics Processing Unit is the dedicated graphics card.
true........ i dnt want all those digits wit me, n with a 5.3in screen, nope . my g3 looks beta, n i bet all those lg friends wil b built into the phne in few yrz.