We first saw the LG G3 turn up in the AnTuTu benchmarks back in April, and now @evleaks has posted a photo of the AnTuTu Benchmark app running on an LG G3, and it confirms the specifications we heard previously about the handset.
We don’t have long to wait now to have a look at the new LG G3, the handset will be made official at LG’s press event next week, which takes place on Tuesday the 27th of May.
The Benchmark confirms that the LG G3 will come with a QHD resolution of 2560 x 1440 pixels, the display on the handset is said to measure 5.5 inches, and it also confirms the processor, RAM and cameras, have a look at the photo below.
The LG G3 will come with a quad core Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 processor with a clock speed of 2.5GHz, the device will also feature 3GB of RAM and an Adreno 330 GPU.
The rear camera on the LG G3 is shown as a 13 megapixel model in the benchmarks, and this ties in with what we heard before, we are not 100 percent sure on what the front camera will be, we previously heard it would be a 2 megapixel camera, although LG’s marketing material is showing the device as a ‘selfie’ camera.
In the previous benchmarks the front facing camera on the LG G3 was shown as a 2 megapixel version, the latest benchmarks do not reveal any information on the front camera, so it could be the 2 megapixel model we have heard about, or maybe LG will launch the device with a higher resolution camera, possibly 5 megapixel, designed for taking selfies, we will have confirmation on this next week.
The LG G3 will come with Android 4.4 Kit Kat, and it will also feature LG’s KnockCode, and the device will come with a new QuickCircle case that will give you instant access to texts, calls, emails, the camera and more without removing the case, plus it will allow you to charge the handset wirelessly with a Qi charger.
We will have full details on the new LG G3 at LG’s press event next week, we are also expecting to find out more details about the LG G Watch, which is rumored to launch next month.
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