Ready to start your Friday morning off with a mystery? LG has put up a new teaser site for an upcoming smartphone, and while details about it are still light, there are a few tidbits that ought to pique the interest of anyone that loves high-end specs. The site touts that the device features a Snapdragon S4 Pro processor, which it describes is a "second generation quad-core processor," paired with an Adreno 320 GPU. There's also a mention of LTE on the site. A brief teaser video has been posted to the site, but unfortunately both it and the site itself it all in Korean, so those of us that don't speak the language can't discern much else from the clip or the page.
While there's obviously still a lot that we have to learn about this new LG handset, so far it sounds like it could be a pretty intriguing device. LG's recently-released Optimus 4X HD left a good impression thanks to features like its quad-core Tegra 3 processor, 4.7-inch 720p display and new UI, so it'll be interesting to see if this new phone can keep the quality LG hardware coming. LG's teaser site has slots for five more videos, but until those come out, you can find the first clip embedded below. Are any of you interested in this new LG smartphone?