LG G5, which is slated to be unveiled on 21 February, has been reportedly spotted at a performance benchmarking site revealing key features of the device.
The LG device (code-name: LGE LG-F700S) understood to be the flagship G5 has made a stop at Geekbench site. It reportedly shows that the device scored impressive 2,248 and 5,061 points in the single-core and the multi-core tests, respectively.
And it also reveals the LG G5 will run the latest Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow powered by the Snapdragon 820 with 4GB RAM.
Going by the Geekbench score and internal hardware, LG G5 seems to be a formidable competitor to Samsung's Galaxy S7 series, which also rumoured to house pretty much the same features and slated to be unveiled the very same day next week. It will be like a clash of the titans on Feb. 21 at Barcelona.
Read more: Samsung Galaxy S7: What we know so far
In a related development, LG unveiled the G5 Quick Cover ahead of the flagship device's launch. It comes with semi-transparent mesh having glossy metallic finish and is touch-enabled so users can take/dismiss calls or control alarm settings directly from the cover case without opening it. The cover case also features a hollow space at the top so users can take a peek on G5's "Always On" display segment to read time, date and notifications.
Watch this space for more updates.