LG, the second largest smartphone maker in South Korea, seems to be gaining positive reviews for its G Pro 2 handset.
At the same time, analysts have already predicted that the forthcoming G3 flagship handset will likely to help boost the company's profile.
Today, a new report in context to the LG G3 has confirmed the existence of Samsung Galaxy S5 rival.
LG's forthcoming G3 handset has been spotted once again on the web. This time around a User Agent Profile information of the LG G3 has appeared on Sprint's website. The device carries a model number LS990, which further confirms the existence of the G2 successor. To be specific, the LS990 might be specific to American market.
Going by the leaked information via a UA Profile information, the LG G3 will likely to stuff with a 5.5-inch QHD display with a resolution of 2560 x 1440 pixels. Further, the phone could feature a quad-core processor (Qualcomm Snapdragon 800) coupled with 3GB RAM.
On the imaging front, there are chances to see a 13MP rear-facing camera.However, there is no information available about the front-facing shooter. Additionally, the high-end phone will come with a microSD card slot.
A recent leaked report suggested that the G3 would run Android 4.4 kitkat with LG's native Optimus UI on top of it. If rumors are to be believed, the upcoming G3 will have revamped Optimus UI with flat design.
Even though LG hasn't announced the successor to the G2 phone yet, rumors about the G3 will continue to spread like wild fire.
There is a possibility to see LG unveiling the G3 handset on May 17. Watch this space for more action!
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