After the coming of LG G2, the South Korean giant has been identified as a brand with a difference.
While the success of G2 and Google Nexus 5 have strengthened LG's appeal in the high-end handset market; still, there's a long road ahead to become the largest smartphone maker.
LG is learning the hard way that building a thriving handset business isn't easy. Hence, the makers behind the acclaimed Optimus G Pro are thinking to release the successor to the G2 in July.
LG has not confirmed the release date of its much awaited G3 handset yet, although now the rumors have started to indicate more and more info about the successor to the G2.
LG G3- Latest Update
Newly surfaced leaks have suggested that the LG G3 might come with a WQHD display (2560 X 1440). According to leaked source code, the LG G3 will become the first big-ticket phone from a leading manufacturer to have a Quad HD display. Currently, the latest generation phones from the likes of Samsung, HTC and Sony-all come with a Full HD panel.
The latest info is based on the leaked code--which has surface from a reliable source. Popular leakster @evleaks has got to know that LG's upcoming G3 (LG D850) handset will have a QHD 1440×2560 resolution display. The info is based on User Agent Profile for the LG G3, so there are huge chances to see the device with a gorgeous display. Despite the LG G3's screen resolution, the display's screen size is still a mystery.
Earlier last week, sources close to ET News had revealed that the G3 could be rugged in nature, similar to that of Samsung Galaxy S5.
Reportedly, the LG G3 will feature a 13-MP rear-facing camera with OIS feature. In fact, an alleged image taken with the G3 was popped up on the web a few days ago.
If rumors are to be believed than the LG G3's design will likely to be similar to the upcoming Google Nexus 6. Moreover, the G3 is believed to have a fingerprint sensor also.
LG G3 could be announced in July, followed by the retail availability by August.
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