We’ve finally seen what the LG G3 will look like when it goes official later this month and while rumors and leaks about the specifications have been around for months, we’ve now got detailed information on what components the upcoming flagship will carry. Just so you know, none of the information provided below has been confirmed, so be sure to take these details with a pinch of salt.
PhoneArena is reporting based on information provided by sources of Techmaniacs.gr that the LG G3 will be the first smartphone to come with the highly anticipated Snapdragon 805 chipset and not the 801 module which can be found on current flagships. To back this claim, Qualcomm previously noted that the first handsets with S805 will arrive this month itself.
LG has already confirmed that the G3 will have a QHD 1440 x 2560 pixels IPS panel and it’s expected to be sized at 5.5 inches. In addition to this, the source notes that the device will carry 3GB of RAM and 32GB of storage, double than what was previously leaked. Also, the smartphone will have a microSD card slot and a 3200mAh battery.
Where the camera is concerned, the LG G3 was rumored to carry a 16MP snapper, but the latest leak suggests that it could feature a 13MP Exmor RS sensor from Sony instead. The camera will be the same IMX124 module that’s present on the popular OnePlus One. Additionally, the phone will have the same OIS+ technology that’s found on the G Pro 2.
The LG G3 will make its debut on May 27 and should hit stores by late June or sometime in July. The company is also working on a mini version of the flagship.
Here’s an overview of the newly leaked specs:
– Snapdragon 805 SOC
– 3GB RAM
– 32GB internal storage, microSD card slot
– 5.5-inch QHD IPS display
– 13MP Exmor RS IMX124 rear camera
– 3200mAh battery