We’ve heard quite a lot of rumors about the alleged LG G3 in the past few weeks. Previously, @evleaks posted a screenshot of the user agent profile, hinting at the launch of the handset with QHD display.
Now, the folks at PhoneArena reports that LG G3 will rock a 5.5-inch display sporting a resolution of 2560 x 1440, citing a source at LG.
This could very well be the highest pixel density on a mobile device, considering the fact it launches before the Oppo Find 7 which is also expected to come with a QHD resolution.
Additionally, the same source also revealed some information about the software features of the handset, and mentioned it will come with “advanced personalization” features. But there’s no word how much of these features are of Google Now, and how much are of LG custom software.
Based on earlier rumors, the alleged LG G3 will be dust and water-resistant. There’s no word about the other specifications, but it could launch with the Snapdragon 801 chipset clocked at 2.5GHz and 2/3GB of RAM. There’s no word about the release date, but rumors suggest it will launch in mid-May.
We’ll update you as soon as more information comes up.
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