The LG G2 has been announced back in August, last year, and it seems that the Korean giant is getting ready for the launch of its next flagship device – the LG G3. We already have a good deal of rumors, leaks and hearsay and we’ve decided that it’s about time that we round them all up together and inform you of the features that it could have. Since the LG G2 has been reviewed to be an impressive device, the G3 has to continue the legacy and not disappoint those who are looking to upgrade.lg-g3

According to some recent leaks, it seems that the LG G3 could come sporting an interface similar to the TouchWiz UI used by Samsung in the Galaxy S5. The device is said to be one of the first smartphones with 2K screens that will be available mainstream, as some fresh leaks suggest it could carry an impressive QHD resolution of 2560×1440 pixels on a 5.5-inch Quad HD display. It seems that LG itself has confirmeod that their next product will have a 2K screen.

Multiple sources seems to agree that the LG flagship smartphone will get released with 3GB of RAM and a Snapdragon 805 SoC processor at a 2.3 Ghz frequency. However, there are voices saying that it could come with a Snapdragon 801 since its’s said to carry an Adreno 330 GPU. Other features of the device include the fact that it could come with waterproof and dustproof capabilities. Thus, the LG G3 will carry some of the features that have proclaimed the Sony Xperia Z line of smartphones and tablets. As for the camera, it’s rumored to come with a 13MP sensor with optical image stabilization, but this is just some hearsay.

As for the software, we already mentioned that it will be running a customized UI of Android, and the exact version will be Android 4.4.2. Standard features like GPS, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and others will be present, of course. The smartphone is said to come with an internal storage of 32GB, expandable via microSD cards. Of course, as expected, it will get launched with 4G LTE, as well. Some rumors say that the LG G3 is set for a May 17 release, while others suggest it would see the daylight in June. In both scenarios, it will get launched in less than one year since its predecessor was introduced.


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