LG may well be officially unveiling its latest and greatest smartphone the G3 later today, but that doesn’t stop the relentless onslaught of leaks that accompany such an event.
Earlier today LG perhaps accidentally or not leaked details of the upcoming G3 (LG-D855) via their Netherlands site, the page was promptly taken down but can still be accessed via the Google Cache.
The page confirmed a lot of the details we’d already seen from various other leaks in the past few weeks, we can expect to see a huge 5.5 inch display with an even bigger 2560 x 1440 resolution and the 13 megapixel rear camera with laser auto focus that we heard about in the last leak.
The leaked site also suggests the G3 will come with an all-new “metallic design” this is in stark contrast to the LG’s heavy use of plastic in the LG G2. We can also expect to see a microSD slot for storage expansion, a 3,000 MAh battery Android 4.4 KitKat as well as LG’s Knock code and various other new software features.
Although some details match up with what we’ve seen previously a few on the LG page don’t for example; we’ve previously been led to believe that the G3 would come with 3GB of RAM as well as 32GB of on-board storage, yet; the LG page suggests that it will only have 2GB of RAM and 16GB of on-board storage.
This may suggest that LG is simply prepping two devices for sale, one with lesser specs than the other, something we’ve became accustomed to with news of an S5 and M8 prime.
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