LG G3 confirmed to arrive with a Quad HD display, to debut in late June with July release
Rumors regarding the LG G3 have been circulating across the web since sometime and there have been reports suggesting that the handset will include a Quad HD display. Now, LG has confirmed to Engadget that the sequel of LG G2 will come fitted with a 2K (Quad HD) display of resolution 2560 x 1440 pixels. The South Korean tech firm has not let out any other information about the phone.
Though the screen size is yet to be confirmed, there are rumors pointing out that the handset will include a 5.5-inch display that will translate to a pixel density of 530 pixels per inch approximately. As per leaked AnTuTu benchmark results by Ubergizmo, the LG G3 includes a display of Quad HD resolution and is equipped with Adreno 330 GPU, meaning that the smartphone runs on Snapdragon 801 processor.
Lately, a Sprint UAProf surfaced online suggesting that the LG G3 will run on Android 4.4.2 KitKat and that it will pack a 13MP primary camera along with a 2.1MP front shooter. Also, the handset is suggested to include 3GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage capacity along with expandable memory support up to 64GB.
There are claims that the LG G3 will be waterproof as the flagship models from other tech firms such as Galaxy S5 and Xperia Z2. It is also said to compete with the likes of Apple and Samsung smartphones with the presence of a fingerprint scanner. Well, all these are speculations and they will come to light only when the smartphone is launched.
According to ZDNet's report, LG is planning to debut its upcoming flagship smartphone G3 in late-June and release the handset sometime in July. Take the news with a pinch of salt, as nothing is confirmed yet.