Photos of Golden variant of LG G3 hit the web well before the official launch, to feature a laser beam on the rear
LG G3 is on fire these days. We recently saw the upcoming flagship in high resolution images revealing the bottom and right sides of the device. Now, those folks at GSMArena have received a new set of photos showing the LG G3 in golden glory. The report claims that the tipster has revealed the functionalities of the primary camera revealing that it could be one of the highlights of the G3.
Well, as per the GSMArena's report, the LG G3 will come with a 13MP rear snapper with OIS+ stabilization, 4K video recording and that it will incorporate a laser beam on the left of the camera which will help the snapper to capture better looking night shots.
Besides this feature rich camera, the secondary camera is also said to come with its own traits such as voice commands to capture a snap, like say "cheese" to take a photo, or clap your hands or twist your finger to capture selfies.
The LG G3 is said to include a 5.5-inch Quad HD display with 2560 x 1440 pixel resolution surrounded by thin bezels all over. Inspired by the design of LG G2, its successor is likely to come with volume rocker and power button at the back offering a premium finish to the phone. The rear buttons are now redesigned.
Other specifications of the handset include a Snapdragon 801 chipset coupled with a large 3GB chunk of RAM and 32GB of expandable internal storage space. The LG G3 is also said to draw its energy from a juicy 3,000 mAh battery under its hood and come with an IPx7 certification for water resistance.
Earlier reports suggest that the G3 will run on Android 4.4 KitKat that is topped with a redesigned Optimus UI that provides a cleaner look with flatter elements. Anyways, we know that LG will be holding a press event on May 27th in six places simultaneously to unleash the G3 and we will come to know more about the handset then.