LG G3 Quad HD screen confirmed
As usual when a product launch grows closer, the rumour mill begins to start-up, pictures videos and so on and so forth, news related to LG G3, the successor to last year’s popular LG G2 has started to heated up.
First we received information suggesting that the 2014 device would include Android 4.4.2 KitKat and a mighty 3GB of RAM, which is a full 1GB more than HTC or Samsung are offering in their 2014 flagships. There’s no exact info on what chip we can inspect powering the phone although we can speculate it’s likely to be a Snapdragon 801.
There’s also news on the G3’s cameras, we can expect a 2 megapixel shooter round the front and a shooter round the back, no news on whether it’ll feature optical image stabilization, although apparently it’ll won’t shoot video in 2K despite the impressive resolution of the screen, which we’ll get to in a minute.
The screen will feature an eye popping resolution of 2560×1440 which again is far more than the current cream of the Android crop are offering at the minute, both the Galaxy S5 and HTC One M8‘s screens have a resolution of 1920 x 1080.
This latest information comes courtesy of a leaked screen shooting (photo up top) purported from an Antutu benchmark test, running on the G3, confirming LG G3 Quad HD screen, among other things. The image also reveals some of the phone. which looks as though it sports a slightly thicker bezel than last year’s model, but without seeing a full image it’s pretty hard to confirm or deny any speculation regarding the chassis.
Last but not least is what kind of storage we can expect to get, the G3 will supposedly come rocking 32GB of on-board storage which of course you can expand via the microSD slot up to 64GB. We’re unsure at this stage if 32GB is the only flavour the G3 will come in or if there’ll also be 16GB and 64GB iterations.