LG G3 has seen its fair share of rumors at the moment. The successor to the impressive LG G2 is expected to arrive later this year with upgraded specifications. One of the many few things we don’t know about the handset is its launch.
But, that shouldn’t be a problem as a new rumor has something related to its launch. According to a new report from Korean shores, citing their industry source, LG is expected to unveil the LG G3 in May later this year.
The rumor doesn’t bring anything juicy at the table when it comes to the technical specifications of the handset, except the fact that it will come with an impressive QHD display sporting a resolution of 2560 x 1440 pixels. It seems LG has changed its launch schedule to May this year as many other OEMs are expected to unveil their flagship devices in the first half. Samsung is rumored to be working on the Samsung Galaxy S5, which is expected to see the daylight in March, followed by its availability in April.
Based on rumors, LG G3 is expected to come with a 5.5-inch display sporting a 2K resolution, a 16MP camera, a octa-core processor which will be manufactured by LG itself, dubbed as LG Odin, with a clock speed of 2.2GHz and a fingerprint sensor for security purposes.
There’s no official word about the launch of the alleged handset from LG, but we’re hoping to find out more about in the coming weeks.