It seems August is going to be a month to end the long wait for those who have been waiting to see LG G2 and Moto X as well. However, prior to the official unveiling of the LG G2 which has been on the headlines for more than a dozen of times, now LG has also unveiled the accessory called "Quick Window" for the phone. Moreover, it is reported that both the accessory and the LG G2 will be officially announced on August 7 in New York.
The accessory is a screen cap like the ones that we have seen in the Samsung Galaxy S4 which was called Samsung S-view. The flip cover offers a quick window view to the screen of the G2 enabling the users to see the basic updates like notifications and clock, alarm, music player, incoming phone call details and messages, etc.
The cover also allows the user to run some mini apps. The Quick Window can also be displayed with a swipe of a finger and the flip cover that protects the display of the handset also comes in seven different color variant viz. White, Black, Blue, Purple, Mint, Pink and Yellow.
Here is a brief refresh on the rumored and leaked specs of the yet to be announced LG G2 handset.
The G2 is said to sport a 5.2-inch screen featuring 1080p display which is surrounded by very thin bezel making the display appear larger. Even the capacitive touch button the front panel are gone making the phone button-less.
Talking about hardware, the Optimus G2 will be stuffed with Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor coupled with 2GB/3GB of RAM and 32GB of ROM. As Google has already announced Android 4.3 Jelly Bean, one could possibly see Optimus G2 with the same version of Android.
There is a possibility to see a 13-mega pixel rear facing camera along with 2-mega pixel front facing shooter on the front. The phone may support 4G LTE-A. Other connectivity features include 3G, 2G, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.0, A-GPS. The rear back cover is removable and there's a 2,610mAh Li Ion battery fitted inside.
However, G2 is targeted to take on Samsung Galaxy S4 and as of now there is no information on the price of both the products from LG but worry not because August 7 will open the wrapper covering LG G2 to its full glory.
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