LG G3 possible specs emerged online
LG G3 to be introduced at the CES 2014 in January
One of the most anticipated new devices expected to be unveiled at CES 2014 next month is the new flagship from LG. Dubbed LG G3, the future device will have interesting innards and features. Though many details of LG G3 are still unclear, we are ready to summarize the latest rumors and leaks around this model.
LG G3 will probably have a very high –res display. This summer, LG introduced its quad HD LCD screen that measures 5.5 inches across diagonals and has a resolution of 2560 x 1440 pixels. It will be interesting to see how the company will use this innovation in the future high-end smartphone. Another company, the Chinese Vivo, has already introduced a smartphone having a 2k screen. However, due to its smaller size, LG’s screen is more dense – with the immense 538ppi pixel density.
As far as the processor, LG G3 is rumored to boast a LG Odin processor, instead of the largely used Qualcomm chip. LG Odin is a new product, born from the licensing agreement between LG and ARM. At present, the status of the new chip is unknown, but if it is ready on time for the LG G3 launch, we can see the first Odin processor inside. It is going to be a 64-bit, octa-core processor, based on the Cortex A50. The speed of the new chip is yet to be unveiled, but it will be definitely faster than 2.2 GHz. The future high-end LG G3 may have a 16 MP camera with optical image stabilization, according to rumors.
The missing parts of the puzzle are expected to be found during the CES 2014. Next month, hopefully, we may see the full picture of the new flagship from LG.
Source: ZDNet Korea (translated)