Nexus 5 (2015) spotted on AnTuTu with 85,530 score; LG-F600L specifications leaked via benchmark

Google Nexus series devices are proven to be solid strong and stable in the world of smartphones. Google manages the design, development, marketing and sales of these devices, and partners with top OEM to manufacture them. According to recent rumours, a new Nexus device made by LG is around the corner and the same has been spotted in AnTuTu results.

In addition, a new benchmark listing shows a mysterious LG smartphone with model number LG-F600L with some top-of-the-line specs. 

Google Nexus 5 (2015) AnTuTu

Talking about the AnTuTu listing first, the device in question is the upcoming Nexus 5 (2015). It has scored a phenomenal score of 85,530. This is way ahead of the previous records, 20,000 points above the current Samsung flagship duo, resulting of it packing a next-generation processor - most probably the upcoming Qualcomm Snapdragon 820.

Also, the screenshot reveals that the upcoming Nexus 5 will come with a Full HD display, and not with Quad HD. This new Nexus device is almost certain to be manufactured by LG, as the original Nexus 5 was too built by LG. There are rumours revealing that there is one more Nexus device in works and is rumored to be manufactured by Huawei.

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Coming to another benchmark listing, this particular LG smartphone in question has model number LG-F600L and was found listed on Geekbench. As per the listing, the smartphone is powered by a 1.4GHz Hexa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 808 (MSM8992) processor with 4GB of RAM and runs on Android 5.1.1 Lollipop. 

It is worth to note that LG uses the F-series model number on devices meant for the Korean market such as Optimus VU and VU II. So, it is quite possible that this is a Korean variant of the LG G4 with upgraded specs, as the original G4 uses the same Snapdragon 808 SoC globally. Or the device in question could be a completely new model or the upcoming Nexus 5 (2015).

LG-F600L Geekbench

We will update the post as soon as we here more about both these devices.