Qualcomm teases mystery smartphone with Snapdragon 800 processor

By December 31st, 2014 AT 2:57 PM

Merely few days are left for CES (Consumer Electronic Show) 2015 to kick off in Las Vegas, and in order to flame the expectations, Qualcomm has released a teaser of its upcoming Snapdragon 800 chipset powered smartphone. Qualcomm has turned into bond 007 in order to hide the identity of its much anticipated device, however, the bond act couldn’t stop the people from speculating about its specifications.

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According to the images shown in the teaser, the smartphone is studded with back button setup or a speaker grille and a brushed metal finish. Although, we have already seen the back button setup and brushed texture in LG smartphones. Many publications are also predicting that the smartphone is actually LG G Flex 2, but keeping in mind, the original G Flex comes powered by a Snapdragon 800 processor, so the handset shown in the teaser has thin chances to be its successor.

Moreover, rumors also indicate LG to be working on an all-new H series of smartphones. While the details are tentative, reports state that the new smartphones will feature HD displays and will run on Android Lollipop out of the box.

The mystery smartphone by Qualcomm could also turn out to be the second generation Asus Zenfone, which Asus had teased few weeks ago. However, chances of that happening is also thin considering Zenfone are usually powered by Intel chipsets.

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