After starting the LG G5 it was announced that the Latin American market will get a smart phone, equipped with a processor Snapdragon 652. Well, apparently, we can now add to this list of China as LG H848 passed certification TENAA.
As mentioned above, the main changes have computing power – has disappeared flagship Snapdragon processor 820, which came to replace the Snapdragon 652. But the Snapdragon 652 is also quite productive and houses the quad-core Cortex-A72 and four Cortex-A53 core, as well as graphic Adreno 510 accelerator.
The memory volume was reduced to 3 GB (compared to 4 GB in a full G5). Snapdragon 652 for Latin America was justified as a measure to reduce costs, and we assume that the smartphone will be quite popular in China, where available are gaining popularity productive metal smartphones with a fingerprint reader.
Anyway, LG H848 still has a modular design (although some of the accessories are not available for your device), a dual-core chamber (16 and 8 megapixels), 32 GB of internal memory, and operates a device running Android 6.0 Marshmallow operating system.