Goodbye LG G2 and make way for the LG G3!
The G2 was released last year of September and received a major positive reception. The Smartphone had a better design and performance, better camera and display quality with a long-lasting batter. It even had a unique design to it, its volume and power keys that are positioned on the rear where our index finger would normally be when holding a phone. LG has been keen on keeping the G3 (successor of the G2) a secret from the public, but here’s what we’ve been hearing.
The successor to the G2, the G3 is expected to come out somewhere between May to June this year. Rumors is saying it could have a 2560 x 1440 or 2K (QHD) 5 inch display, which LG have told PC advisor before that it will launch a Quad HD Smartphone in the second half of 2014. The G2 had a 13MP camera and optical image stabilization (OIS), it is expected that the G3 might also have a 13MP or upgrade to a 16 MP camera. Its OIS feature will likely stay for its low light performance. Looking at the leaked sample photo of the G3, looking at it closely it could be a 13MP snap. We can safely say that it has an awesome camera, looking at the cat with little blur or noise.
It is expected to be water resistant and dustproof, since it is what’s trending with Android models. iPhone 5s, HTC One Max and Galaxy S5 all have their own fingerprinting scanner, so it could be possible for the G3 to have its own. It could have either a fingerprint scanner or a retina scanner. The company did say they are considering all possibilities.
“Advanced personalization” is what a source from LG reports. The phone has a kind of a feature that adapts on how the phone works according to how you will use it. G3 appears to be aiming to be user-friendlier, adapting to your way of using it. Although the G2 used a Snapdragon 800, experts believe that the G3 will likely use its own octa-core Odin processor running at 2.2GHz. The MediaTek chip is also considered to be a possibility to be used.
Only LG will know what the LG G3 is all about. Summer is soon anyway, and we’ll finally get a hold of G3.