LG’s G3-branded smartphones are growing like mushrooms these days. After the company has launched the G3 flagship, many thought that a G3 Mini was on the cards, but that was not the case as the company has released the LG G3 Beat. And recently, we’ve seen a clear hint that the company plans to release another G3 smartphone, a phablet going by the simple name of ‘Stylus‘.
But this is not all as LG has announced today the G3 A, which, by the looks of it, is another dumbed-down version of the G3, which is actually reminiscent of the previous generation G2. The G3 A is a smaller and slightly lower-specced version of its popular flagship handset, the G3.
The smartphone comes with a 1080p screen, a 2.26GHz Snapdragon 800 processor with 2GB of RAM, 32GB of built-in storage, Android KitKat and the same 13-megapixel camera found on the G3. The new smartphone sports a 5.2-inch display with 1080 x 1920 pixels. Besides the same 13 MP rear camera, it also comes with the laser auto focus and a similar 2.1 MP front-facing camera.
There’s a 2,610 mAh battery inside which should provide a decent usage. It also comes with a new software feature that allows users to control some of its functions with a wrist move. There are two G3 A versions: a black and a white one, with a “metallic 3D” pattern on the rear case.
The LG G3 A will be available this month in South Korea, via SK Telecom and at the moment we don’t know whether and when it will become available in other countries, as well.