LG has plans to launch two versions of the G3 this summer, and both will have identical tech specs instead of one with 2K display as previously reported.
LG G3 smartphone has fallen victim to the online rumor mill once again, with the latest reports suggesting that the phone will be launch in two versions.
A senior LG official has confirmed to ZDNet Korea that the LG G3 will be officially released in late June or early July, which will hit stores with several prominent features, including a 2K display to compete with its rivals.
The two versions of the successor of the G2 primarily differ by their display. The first to arrive with QHD aka 2K display while the second will feature a Full HD display.
There are two models of the G3 have been spotted on AnTuTu Benchmarks. One of the versions with QHD is strategically aimed to take on the Galaxy S5 and the upcoming iPhone 6.
Both versions will carry Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 processor, 2/3GB of RAM, 16/32GB of internal storage + microSD (up to 64GB), 13-megapixel main camera with 2-megapixel front-facing sensor and a 5.5-inch display, one model said to pack 2560 x 1440 resolution at a pixel density of roughly 530ppi and another model packing a 1080 x 1920 pixels. However, we can’t deny the latter could be an international variant of the G Pro 2 rather than a second variant of the G3.
In connectivity options, the G3 includes LTE, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth 4.0, and will run Android 4.4.2 KitKat on-board. Furthermore, the first photos of packing of the flagship model have been surfaced on the web. Following the iPhone 5S, the Galaxy S5 and the HTC One (M8), the next top-range of LG smartphone is also likely embracing the champagne color.
Take these facts with a grain of salt as the photos and tests indeed doesn’t confirm anything unless we learn more from the Korean manufacturer.