The phone will most likely feature a Snapdragon 800 chipset and a 1080p screen
It appears to quite surprising how LG was initially the original Windows Phone partner and now all of a sudden it had lost all the interest. The latest leaked image of the LG Uni8 clearly tells us that the Android smartphone maker might have had a change of heart as well as interest.
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The phone is a Windows Phone 8.1 device which is not difficult to recognize by the transparent Live Tiles and from what we can see by the looks of the virtual keys, this is going to be a phablet sized phone and the larger screen can even be judged by the "Uni8" name. And Microsoft is yet to replace Windows RT with WP8.
So far little information has been given away about the device and so far we only know that it is going to feature LG's trademark razor-thin bezels. However we can also safely bet on a Snapdragon 800 chipset and a 1080p screen considering how consistent the WP8 has been in terms of specs and features.