LG G3 Mini Spotted Online with HD Display, 8MP Camera

South Korean smartphone maker LG has been phenomenal in terms of designing its latest smartphones. The curved display, the odd but unique placement of the volume rocker and power key on the rear side are few of the innovative steps that LG has adopted while designing its latest handsets.

LG G3 Mini Spotted Online with HD Display, 8MP Camera

The company's unannounced flagship smartphone for this year dubbed as LG G3 has already been in the rumors for a long time. On the other hand, the same unannounced handset's mini variant has today hit the online world surprising many LG fans.

LG G3 Mini Spotted Online with HD Display, 8MP Camera

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The alleged documents pertaining to the LG G3 Mini was in fact spotted on mylgphones. The original LG G3 which is yet to be announced this year, reportedly is said to be called by the codename B2 and the latest documents that have appeared on the webosphere today mentions the B2 mini clearly. Thus it's natural for us to believe that the B2 mini is the LG G3 Mini. However, not to confuse, the same handset is also called by model name LG D725.

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Other details coming from the leaked image includes a 720p display. The display size is still un known but looking at the trend 4.7-inch is what we are actually expecting to see. The mini LG G3 smartphone runs on Android 4.4.2 KitKat with LG's Optimus skin on top. Also interpreting the details of the resolution of photos (3264 x 2248 pixels) listed on the document, most sites have come up with a conclusion saying that it has an 8-megapixel camera.

However, other details pertaining to the specs of the LG G3 Mini remains undisclosed as of now. Also the availability and pricing of both the LG G3 and its mini variant are not spoken about until now.

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