Early Details of LG G3 Are Leaked
While many consumers in the United Kingdom are expecting to get the LG G2, early rumors on the alleged LG G3 have begun to emerge. There’s no information on the exact release date, but the phone is quite likely to arrive on 2014. As a successor of the powerful LG G2, the upcoming flagship will be equipped with impressive hardware configuration.
The LG G3 could have 5.4-inch flexible display, 2.7GHz multi-core processor and 4GB of RAM. The ability to address that much system memory should suggest that the processor has 64-bit capability. The South Korean company has positioned itself as a manufacturer of impressive devices. It has released the Google Nexus 5, LG G Pad and LG G2. Obviously, the dynamic won’t stop next year, since the LG G3 would be a characteristically very capable smartphone.
Another important detail of the LG G3 is 543ppi of pixel density, which easily suggests that the phone has 2k (2560 x 1440) screen resolution. However, the phone may not be influenced with the LG G Flex design, because the LG G3 will not have curved display. Rumors also point to a 16Mp camera sensor on the back and it is quite likely that the G3 will run Android 4.4 KitKat.