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A working version of the new software fell in the hands of eager bloggers who posted several screenshots. Unlike the Nexus brand, the LG G3 features a customized Optimus interface and that won’t change with Lollipop. The leaker reports that however in action, the UI feels a lot smoother than before. It also features shadows and animations that Lollipop is all about.
LG has decided to take a stand on this : According to LG’s German arm, the G3 is set to start getting Lollipop sometime this quarter – that is, before the year’s out. That gives LG a two month window in which to start making the G3′s Android update available.
However, users of the LG G2 will be receiving this update a few months, atleast 4 – 5 months later. LG Germany has shared this information on their facebook page. Indeed social media is a great place to find updates about your devices. We shall keep you updated !
We have two really exciting products coming from Motorola and LG later this year that will bring Android Wear to the masses. Till now we had no idea about exactly would it look like running on the watches.
Today we have a leak coming in from a German media company that has got it’s hands on the LG G watch. In the brief duration there is a bit of software shown off, the build of the software is far from complete and it does look pretty neat, navigation was very smooth and without any buttons indeed, the device responded to gestures pretty well, take a look :
This does make us very hopeful about an extremely stable and reliable platform for smartwatches, something that no manufacturer has been able to achieve yet. With rumors of a possible iWatch around the corner, which one will you place your bet on?
It’s about launch day, and we have rumors still pouring in. This latest version comes from the specs that are extracted from LG UK’s site for the model D855 that suggest that it could carry a 2TB microSD slot.
We have just got a handful of devices that support microSD cards upto 128GB and 2 TB is honestly just massive. Also, looks like there aren’t many 2 TB cards out there that one can really purchase. The unit listed on LG’s site shows 2GB of RAM and 16GB of memory, while the leaked slides from Korea we saw earlier suggested 3GB / 32GB. So, it looks like there definitely could be two variants of the device.
We shall keep you posted incase LG surprises us tomorrow!
LG has just spilled the beans and rolled out 3 videos teasing, more than showing the features of the new smartphone. There are rumors of a plastic and a metal version launching side-by-side.
The display has been confirmed, a 5.5inch QHD display with an insanely high pixel dense screen is what we are looking at.
The design is expected to be plastic for the majority of the part, LG would as usual would select a fancy texture, one that is more metal like is what we are looking at.
The video regarding the LG G3 camera is short, but it confirms that the company has armed the flagship 13MP snapper with a laser auto-focus system. It is designed to help the G3 make better shots at night and focus faster.
Is there anything else you wish the G3 would come with?
These high resolution images align properly with the leaks suggested earlier. These shots are apparently press renders of the LG G3 and the phone is suggested to come in three colors as seen in the pictures below – white,gold, grey and they have this look that can make our jaw drop.
Overall the layout of the LG G3 is very identical to the LG G2 The phone is scheduled to officially launch on May 27 besides the first Android Wear powered smartwatch – the G Watch. Indeed the excitement is building up. The specifications expected are : a 5.5″ inch QHD display with a Snapdragon 801 processor , 3GB of RAM and a 13MP camera.
With a 2K display and a top of the line processor, and a mysterious LASER on the back, the LG G3 is sure to be an all round stunner but as we near the launch day, we get very clear hints of what the G watch will be like. Well it is quite obvious that the G watch will be having everyone’s attention since it would be the first wearable to feature Android wear which Google has announced but not completely revealed yet.
The highlight features of the watch we learn seem to be the following :
- An always on display.
- Long lasting battery life.
- Metal chassis.
- Compatible with all device running Android 4.2 and above.
Will you be skipping the Galaxy Gears for the upcoming G Watch?
Till now we do know that LG is make doing with it’s plastic back panels and opting for a more premium brushed finish backs that do look really high quality in these leaks. What is also worth noticing is those bezels that were so thin on the G2, now are almost non-existent and we definitely can’t take our eyes off the front-side.
The back keys are more recessed and look much plush with the body and there seems to be a mystery sensor on the power button, turns out LG is actually planning to put a Laser inside it! Crazy right, turns out this is to make low light focusing better, lets see how it turns out.
Now that LG has officially marked May 27 as the day when they would be announcing the G3, it was about time that some real world shots of the upcoming smartphone surface, and that is exactly what we have here.
These shots give us the best look at the phone we have had till date, right away we must say that the design doesn’t look bad at all but again LG doesn’t want to play bold and instead is playing it safe with something that they know has worked for them earlier. The specs of the G3 include a 5.5 inch QHD screen with 3GB of RAM and a 3000mAh removable battery.
We must say that the device doesn’t look huge when considering how big the screen is actually said to be courtesy of those tiny bezels .
As quoted by the source on GSMArena :
The title “You may want to take an umbrella since rain is expected during this afternoon” on the first screenshot is in fact a new feature.
It intends to provide weather notifications with an easy to communicate and human touch. A trend that lot of manufacturers are embracing is the implementation of clean, flat UI elements and LG seems to have integrated their new Optimus UI with Android Kitkat very well on that end.
Are you looking forward to the G3? Also, tell us if you like LG’s approach better than Samsung’s.