LG has made big this year and now the company is working on a high-end project smartphone for next year.
According to a new report citing anonymous source, claims that the company will announce the LG G Flex 3 sometime in March next year. The smartphone will be the successor of LG G Flex 2, which the company announced recently at CES 2015.
The report further claims that it will sport a 6 inch QHD (2K resolution) display and will features a metal construction.
The G Flex 3 will be powered by Qualcomm's upcoming Snapdragon 820 CPU, paired with 4GB of RAM and will come with expandable storage option. Furthermore, in the camera department it will come with 20.7 megapixel primary camera and an 8 megapixel front-facing camera.
The fingerprint sensor has become an essential feature for the smartphone these days as many new handsets released with this. However, it is expected that the G Flex 3 will also come with fingerprint scanner in the power button for enhanced security.