Up to now, various quad-core Android devices are seen from tablets to smart phones like the rumored Meizu MX, the Asus Transformer Prime, and the HTC Edge. To follow this line, LG has introduced its first dual core Android smart phone last year. Now, it is going to release its first quad core Android smart phone called LG X3. According to pocketnow, the image of LG’s first quad core smart phone has been leaked. It seems that LG didn’t want to miss a chance on the quad core party and so it is readying the new LG X3, a Tegra 3-powered Android smart phone. It has a large 4.7-inch 1280 x 720 HD display. Quad core smart phones didn’t have a strong viewing at CES, but at present the teasers are initiating to trickle in it.
LG X3, the new smart phone has an 8MP rear camera and a 1.3MP front-facing shooter for video chat. This device also comes with a large 2000 mAh battery, 16 GB of on-board storage, a MicroSD card slot, a profile of less than 9mm. ICS, NFC, and 21Mbps HSPA radios with possible bumps to 4G LTE radios for regional support are also said to be on board. After seeing the leaked pictures, you can say that it will use physical capacitive buttons instead of touch screen, although LG’s X3 will mostly run on Android 4.0. In this year’s high-end Android phones, quad-core processors will play a big role. Just wait for this handset because it might be introduced at Mobile World Congress in February 2012.