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So it’s been a while since we’ve been hearing that the G3 is in works and it is almost time we see some new leaks of hardware because software improvements are sort of obvious and keeping in mind that it is LG, those improvements wont be groundbreaking.
This picture is rumored to be the Japanese market version of the LG G3 and was leaked earlier today on twitter by @evleaks. Dubbed LG isai, the smartphone is headed to KDDI in Japan. We can see some common aesthetics like thin bezzels, rear volume keys, but this time around a more than ever cartoon-ish UI.
Just like the G2, the LG isai would be impressing with a QHD display in a smaller form factor. Are you excited for the G3?
The LG G2 was one of the most innovative pieces of hardware in the Android space last year and this year, it’s about time for LG to announce it’s new flagship, now since Samsung and Sony have both revealed their cards for this year.
While rumors point towards a launch in this quarter itself, June to be precise, we are still itching to see a glimpse of the hardware itself. Looking at the leaked screenshot above, we can pretty much confirm that LG is pretty much confirm it’s going to follow the Flat style UI. And once again, a supposed G3 screenshot seems to confirm the phone’s extended resolution. While we don’t see the full 2560 x 1440 that those last pics were in, the 2048 x 1232 here is clearly beyond 1080.
Maybe thats because of the virtual on-screen buttons being cut off. We’ll have to wait for some more information.
Last month Google pretty much cleared the air about it’s stand when it comes to Android wearable tech, they made it clear that just like the nexus line of devices, there will be OEMs that would make use of it’s Android Wear platform designed for smartwatches.
The first set of OEMs included Motorola with it’s more compelling Moto 360 and LG with its smartwatch that was aimed for the masses. The watch showcased in the photos is said to be a non-functional prototype, so that one cannot yet make out how the software is exactly laid out, hardware however is said to be the having the final dimensions.
It’s also noteworthy that the G Watch will not feature any accessible physical buttons – we can see one on the bottom next to those contacts, but there’s nothing on the edges, nor the watch’s face. Are you excited about this one or the higher-end offering from Motorola?
With this announcement the wearable tech zone just got heated up and now, various hardware manufacturers are coming out of the woodwork to announce their own plans to create wearable devices. LG is the first one with their LG G Watch which is apparently tipped to release next quarter. LG also said it was “developed in close collaboration with Google,” but stopped short of dubbing it a “Nexus” device.
Next in line is Motorola :
The company too announced it’s smartwatch called the Moto 360, Motorola said that “all the core components are technically brand new,” and we do agree the first glimpse that the video shows us does look quite appealing and quite Apple like with choice of materials.
There is no question that this is probably one of the biggest announcements in tech for upcoming devices this year!
Now that Sony and Samsung are done showcasing the flagships of this year, all eyes are towards LG. The LG G3 will be a late comer in the league just like last year, but that doesn’t stop it from getting leaked.
After Samsung came across as an overall average upgrade in the form of the Galaxy S5, LG is bent on taking their hardware to the next level. Early leaks suggest a bump in the resolution from the already satisfactory 1920*1080 to 2560*1440, that is Quad – 4 times HD! While the screenshots look so much alike to the G2, leaving their authenticity at risk, we would really give this one a green signal, since there have already been strong rumors about the resolution of the G3.
Well, a new report says today that the LG G3 would be announced in June this year, while as usual we ask you to take this with a grain of salt. There are no other details, though the rumor talks about a new type of display on the flagship. If the information above is accurate, we may see the much rumored flagship.
Did this news bring you excitement.
Rumors had it that LG was already working on a mini version of the popular G2 with the company itself posting a teaser on their official account last week, the device is finally made official and this is what it’s got :
While we believed that the G2 Mini would indeed keep some high-end features of the G2, the G2 Mini has a 4.7-inch qHD display, and instead of a Snapdragon 800 runs an unnamed 1.2GHz quad-core SoC, an eight-megapixel main camera, 1.3MP front-facer, and 8GB of internal storage with support for microSD expansion.
The G2 then is far away from flagship specs on a mini phone. Sales should start from next month in select markets around the world, pricing is yet unannounced .
The LG G Pro 2, pretty much like the rumors features a 5.9-inch Full HD IPS display with 1080 x 1920 resolution and a slim bezel (screen-to-frame ratio of 77.2%), a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 quad-core processor clocked at 2.26 GHz coupled with the Adreno 330 GPU, and packs 3GB of DDR3 RAM, 16GB and 32GB internal storage options (expandable via microSD card), a 13.0MP optically stabilized camera, 2.1MP webcam, and a 3,200mAh removable battery.
Specification then are top notch, what’s not so top notch is the UI which still is the same!
We did bring to our viewers notice about the rumours of LG building a mini version of the LG G2 very soon. Not willing to leave us hanging any longer, LG has finally acknowledged the smartphone, posting the above teaser image to its Facebook page and sharing the news that it will be showing the phone off at MWC, on Monday, February 24.
Obviously no specifications can be drawn from the above image but one obvious comparison to it’s bigger brother – The LG G2 reveals that this phone shall be smaller than any mini we’ve seen so far! Comparing scales from the image, the G2 mini comes down to around 4.5inches tall.
Are you excited for this G2 Mini?!
The KitKat 4.4.2 Android update has started rolling out to G2 devices in Korea, an anonymous tipster at PhoneArena was seen quoting.
Justifying the most recent version of Android, the ART run time is present and ready to use on this version. ART as you know, has the advantage of pre-loading application bytecode from install instead of loading on demand when the user opens an app, resulting in as much as a 50% speed increase.
Are you waiting impatiently for this update to roll out to your country?!