Okay, so CES didn’t provide all the quad-core, ICS-running goodness that we’d all hoped for. Don’t fret, though – Mobile World Congress is coming up at the end of next month and will probably deliver more super-powered Android than we can handle.
One such device is likely to be a new handset from LG, codenamed X3. According to PocketNow, this will be the first quad-core offering from the company, packing the NVIDIA Tegra 3 superchip under its hood. Other rumored specs include a massive 4.7-inch 1,280×720 display, 8MP and 1.2MP rear and front shooters respectively, 16GB of on-board storage, …
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