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  1. According to several reports coming out of South Korea, LG is not only working on the LG G3 already, but the company is also planning to release two new wearable devices as well. Reportedly all three devices will be shown off in February at the MWC event in Barcelona. So what do we know about the devices? For the G3, all we know is that the handset will allegedly feature a fingerprint reader, just like what you’ll find with devices like the HTC One Max. The rumor mill also suggests the handset could have a high-end octa-core CPU and a 2K display — but again all of this is speculation and rumor
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    LG G3 specs seemingly unveiled

    ZDNet Korea yesterday cited unidentified industry sources in a report that talked about LG's next-generation flagship Android smartphone, which might be called LG G3 (naturally coming as the successor to the excellent G2). The publication notes that the G3 is expected to be released in the second half of 2014. It should feature a 1440 x 2560 pixel Quad HD display of unknown size, alongside a 16MP rear camera and an octa-core processor developed by LG. Said processor is currently codenamed LG Odin. As we reported back in November, LG plans to use it not only for the G3, but also for new G
  3. During the coming year we’re going to hear plenty about 2560 x 1440 pixel resolution screens, which are all set to supersede the 1920 x 1080 pixel panels which grace the majority of today’s high-end Android smartphones. LG has been talking up its 1440p screens for a while, and the latest rumor suggests it’ll announce its first example at Mobile World Congress at the end of February. According to a Korean news source, LG will fit a Quad HD screen to the LG G Pro 2, and that’s the phone expected to come at MWC. Soon after that, LG will unleash the LG G3 smartphone with another 1440p screen, me
  4. LG has recently trademarked “G3″ under the “mobile phones” category over at the USPTO, which confirms they’ll be sticking to the simple naming scheme for their biggest flagship series. The trademark itself doesn't tell us anything about the supposed device, though earlier rumors have given us enough to start dreaming. The device is said to sport a display with 2560 x 1440 resolution, though we’re not yet sure what size that’ll be coming in just yet. We’re also told to expect a 16 megapixel camera sensor, one which likely features optical image stabilization). One interesting swerve
  5. According to Korean media, the expected LG G3 flagship release date will be May 17th, and it will sport a QHD display (1440 x 2560 resolution). That shortens the typical annual upgrade cycle since the G2 a bit, but apparently LG doesn't want to leave much sales on the table to the Galaxy S5, like it did last year. The screen diagonal is reported to be slightly larger than on the G2, to a speculated 5.5 inches, which would naturally mean quite the thin bezel all around, if LG wants to keep the overall size in check, too. Previous rumors pegged the rear camera to be 16 MP, probably with OIS te
  6. We’ve been hearing rumors about the upcoming LG G3, a device expected to become LG’s 2014 flagship, but it’s not even official yet, and we’re already witnessing the first leaks for a device derived from it - the LG G3 mini. A smarphone codenamed B2 mini has appeared in documents, and given that the expected LG G3 is referred to as the B2, chances are this is our first encounter with the LG G3 mini. The compact handset also carries the LG D725 model number, and we know that it will feature a 720p display of unknown size (we’d guess around 4.7”, as is the trend with ‘minis’ nowadays, but tha
  7. LG G3 was announced in May and released at the start of this month in South Korea. Today LG finally announced its plans to expand the availability of the flagship worldwide. The first wave of the expansion includes Hong Kong, Indonesia, Singapore, and the Philippines. These markets will be getting the LG G3 on June 27, exactly a month after the smartphone went official. Even more Asian markets will be getting the G3 shortly after. Europe and the Middle East, among other regions, will get the smartphone in July. The expected EU price is €615/£500. LG detailed the G3 in Asia and Eu
  8. A report out of Korea on Sunday, says that the LG G3 is going to be waterproof and dustproof. This seems to be the new trend for top-shelf Android models which was started with the dunking of the Sony Xperia Z during the 2013 CES show in Las Vegas. Since then, all of Sony's high-end Xperia phones have included the feature, and last year Samsung offered the Samsung Galaxy S4 Active which can withstand being submerged in 3 feet of water for 30 minutes. Other models, like some of the later Motorola DROID handsets, are protected from minor splashes. While never officially confirmed by the manufa
  9. LG G3 was announced just minutes ago with a 5.5″ QHD display, Snapdragon 801 chipset and a 13MP OIS+ camera with laser auto-focus. The device will be hitting South Korea tomorrow, while the rest of the world will get in in the next couple of weeks. Enjoy the first promo video out there Source
  10. The LG G3 is finally official and is ready to take the duties as the company's 2014 flagship Android smartphone. it features a 5.5" True HD-IPS+ LCD display with a QHD (2560 x 1440 pixels) resolution. This results in the eye-watering (in a good sense) pixel density of 534 pixels per inch. Inside the phone, there's a Snapdragon 801 (MSM8975AC) chipset with a 2.5GHz quad-core Krait 400 processor and Adreno 330 GPU. The version of the G3 with 16GB of internal memory sports 2GB of RAM, while the 32GB model has 3GB of RAM. Both versions will pack microSD card slots supporting up to 128GB card
  11. A couple of months after most of its competitors unveiled their flagship phones for 2014, LG is ready to follow suit. The Korean company has issued invitations to events in six cities across the world on May 27th and 28th, with San Francisco, New York, and London holding simultaneous gatherings for the launch of a new product. Seoul, Singapore, and Istanbul will follow the next day. It's not explicitly named, but there can be little doubt that this will be the new G3 Android smartphone. LG acknowledged it plans to release the G3 within the second quarter of 2014 in its earnings report fil
  12. According to our favorite leaker out there, Evleaks, it appears that the LG G3 is going to have a metal back, as well as having a removable battery. So for those of you that are in love with HTC’s metal backing on the One M7 and the One M8, well the LG G3 appears to have it as well. Which means no more fingerprint magnet, on the LG G2, which was the biggest complaint amongst most people. Now we also have a removable battery here, which is great. But in that same picture, we see the micro SIM card slot. If you look closely, it looks like there is a microSD card slot above it as well. As fa
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