LG G3 to feature QHD Display, Octa-core CPU?
In the coming year we could expect many smartphones and tablets different in size and specifications, but it seems like there is nothing new in design other than specs under the hood or slight difference in design. All look almost similar in design, it would be interesting to see some changes or innovative design like flexibility as the researcher said devices with flexible displays would go mainstream starting 2014, good if it is true. Anyway, it seems like the LG is prepping yet another smartphone and would reportedly be called LG G3, as a successor to the LG G2.
The device is touted to have a QHD display and should be powerful inside as well. The report emerged in the ZDNet Korea which cited an unspecified industry source. Rumors suggest a totally high-end specification for the LG G3.
LG G3 should be boasting a 1440 x 2560 display unknown in size and expected to house LG’s own octa-core processor. The smartphone may also feature 16 MP camera on the back, unfortunately more on specifications are yet to be revealed. The supposed processor is presently known as LG Odin.
LG might have gained some benefits from their early agreement with the ARM to license its Cortex-A50 series processors and we may find it into the LG Odin.
QHD display for a smartphone is not at all new, though mainstream companies like Samsung and LG are just preparing them. Vivo has already launched a huge phablet with QHD display, named Vivo Xplay 3S in China. Samsung is also in the rumor-mill with its Galaxy S5 which could sport a 5.25-inch QHD display and expected to be announced early 2014.
You shouldn’t expect the LG G3 at least till the second half of 2014, unless LG decides to launch it early. And note that nothing has been official about the LG G3, so take it with a bit of salt.
Source ZDNet Korea