LG G3 Could Arrive in June, Sample Image Leaks Online

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South Korea's second best smartphone maker has recently announced an array of smartphones at the MWC 2014 in Barcelona. Among all the devices the G Pro 2 smartphones is worth mentioning but now the company has been rumored to come with new device withing this year. Most probably the smartphone is rumored to be the successor of the last year's G2 smartphone.

LG G3 Could Arrive in June, Sample Image Leaks Online

Latest report suggests that the successor of the G2 smartphone might get announced sometime around June as G3. But so far the company has not disclosed any information pertaining to the specs and features of the handset. Also the leaks which precedes the launch has been very minimal. Thus we've not had any chance to draw any conclusions about what specs the device might come come with.

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But rumors are that it will be a potential competition of the Galaxy S5 smartphone from Samsung which was announced at the MWC 2014 last week.

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The information about the device comes from giga.de, which reports that the device will become official sometime in June. While the phone's availability can be expected in the market within July.

Apart from the specs which have not been leaked so far, a recent post on ortud.com has appeared showing the leaked camera sample from the LG G3, which also discloses some information on the device and its capabilities. Moreover, the sample photo is in fact shot by the LG G3 as it also contains the EXIF data attached to it, which clearly mentions model number LG D972, which is associated with the same device.

However, since all these information have not received any official confirmation from the company as of now, the info should be taken with a grain of salt.

We'll get you more information on the devices soon. Stay tuned!

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