Rumors of the LG G3 Mini began a long time ago, and many leaks and speculations related to the purported handset has also been released over time. However, you don't have to wait that long to find out more about LG G3 Mini.
Now today, LG-made smartphone codenamed LGD722 has been spotted on the Indian import database site Zauba (spotted by Gforgames). The device codenamed LGD722 is the same which was identified as the LG G3 Mini last month. That could simply mean that the much hyped mini version of the LG G3 is expected to announce soon.
The device in question, LG G3, will have a 4.5-inch display, a 1,2GHz quad-core processor, 8GB of internal memory, a 5MP rear-facing camera, and a respectable 2,100mAh battery. Going by the leaked specs sheet, the handset seemed to be an average affair, though, the official announcement hasn't been made yet.
This is not the first time we've seen the device spotted on Zauba. Last month, GizBot had exclusively spotted the LG G3 Mini on Zauba, the import/export database in India. In fact, two phones bearing the model number "D724" and "D722" were spotted on Indian import site.
Moreover, the LG G3 Mini variant carrying the model number "LG724" was spotted in an UA Profile on LG Official website, MyLGPhones.com notes.
While the LG G3 has been launched, the South Korean might have been preparing to show off the mini version to the world. There are no more details available about the LG G3 Mini for the time being. Stay tuned to GizBot for more updates!