As you probably know, today is the first three events to launch the LG G3 that will take place in San Francisco, New York and London. If the event is still expected to finally check out the G3 and know its different characteristics, we already know much about it for several weeks now. Within hours of the announcement, here is a quick summary of what's in store for the LG G3 in some details.
Lets start with the features of this LG G3 smartphone. From the start, we should find a Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 processor, 3GB of RAM, a 13 megapixel camera sensor with optical stabilizer at the rear, a 2.1 megapixel front camera, 3000 mAh battery, IPS 5.5" qHD screen (2560 x 1440 px) and a speaker of 1 Watt. The device will run on Android 4.4 and will ship the KitKat wrapper house of LG with a good dose of flat design. Note that this time the battery should be removable, which was not the case on the G2 and the smartphone should be equipped with a microSD slot.
Overall, the G3 is very close to the G2 in terms of design, starting with the buttons that are placed exactly in the same place. But if the buttons are all at the same place at the back of the unit, they said it received a facelift and all should be more pleasant to look at, and touch. It is still difficult to be sure, a lot of information and rumors suggest that LG have finally abandoned the plastic to provide a stylish smartphone with a brushed metal finish similar to what HTC offers to its HTC One smartphone.
Anyway, in order to minimize its mobile overweight despite the presence of a giant 5.5" screen, the firm used the same principle as its G2 and thus further reduces the contours of the screen.