LG G3 specs apparently tipped in Korea. The 2014 LG flagship smartphone ready to feature a 2K WQHD touch screen.
Although LG G3 release is two or three months away, that doesn’t stop the media to report all sorts of rumours like the one today that comes straight from South Korea, where according to ZDNET KR, LG Electronics LG G3 will feature a Quad 720p HD screen resolution. Confused? Well, don’t be, this is 4 times the 720p HD resolution (2560 x 1440). No tip on its display size, but we know it will look gorgeous to the naked eye..
Other specs mentioned are a 16MP rear-facing camera, better than what the LG G2 has right now and an octa-core processor, but we are expecting it to feature Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 805 CPU (64-bit architecture) or at least one of the models, assuming there will be at least two variants.
Hopefully, LG G3 will feature more useful features and less gimmicky ones, hence the not so great number of LG G2 units sold world-wide so far. LG is looking to sell at least 3 million G3 smartphones in 2014 and they might just do that if they listen to consumer demands. Nexus 5 is probably the best example for them.
via ZDNET [KR]