The successor of the LG G2 smartphone, known as the LG G3, is already making its way to the rumor mill. The successor might be some distance away from an official launch, but Korean media has already gotten its hands on the rumored specs sheet of this mystery handset.
The LG G3, according to a report published by ZDNet Korea, will feature a display resolution of 2560 x 1440 also known as 2K or QHD with the display size unknown. Interestingly, this smartphone will reportedly pack an octa-core chipset developed by LG codenamed Odin, as well as a 16MP camera on the back. LG has reportedly signed a licensing deal with ARM to produce this 64-bit Cortex-A50 chip.
Going by this, it’s easy to decipher that the G3 will compete directly with the likes of the Samsung Galaxy S5, and the successor of the HTC One which will break cover in a few months from now. We hope LG launches the smartphone relatively soon to compete with the Samsung and HTC flagships, because we don’t see it making a big impact if LG waits until September to unveil the G2 successor.
Source: ZDNet Korea – Translated
Via: Phone Arena