LG on Tuesday finally unveiled the G3, its 2014 Android flagship smartphone that appeared in so many reports ahead of its major media event. However, the device was hardly a secret anymore, as LG revealed its name, 2K display and special case accessory well ahead of the event, while LG local sites in the U.K. and Netherlands mistakenly listed everything there is to know about the phone. More →
LG’s G3 smartphone probably won’t “kill” the Galaxy S5 but LG would be more than happy to see it peel away some customers from Samsung’s latest flagship phone. LG on Tuesday finally took the wraps of the G3 and as expected the new device features a a 5.5-inch Quad HD display with a resolution of 2560 x 1440 pixels, a quad-core 2.5GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 processor, 2GB of RAM, a 13-megapixel camera with an optical image stabilizer and laser autofocus, 2.1-megapixel camera, microSD support, a replaceable 3000mAh battery and Android 4.4 KitKat. LG says that the device will release this summer on all four major carriers in the United States. More →
Ladies and gentlemen, get ready to meet one of the most exciting new smartphones of 2014… again. Details surrounding LG’s new G3 smartphone have been leaking constantly for the past few months, and things came to a head when LG Netherlands accidentally posted official press images of the G3 as well as the flagship phone’s complete specs.
Thanks to that massive leak, we know we’re in store for one of the most impressive Android phones of all time. More →
Rarely do we see a smartphone leak as extensively as the LG G3 did ahead of Tuesday’s official unveiling — just about everything you could possibly want to know about LG’s 2014 flagship phone has already leaked. In fact, LG itself became the biggest culprit on Monday when LG Netherlands accidentally published a dozen official images of the G3 along with the phone’s complete specs. LG put a lot of time and money into its three simultaneous G3 press conferences on Tuesday, however, and BGR will be on hand at the New York event with live coverage. After all, the least you can do is play along and act surprised.
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LG is obviously eager to start selling the G3, and can’t wait to tell potential buyers everything about it. At least this seems to be the conclusion following large number of unofficial leaks detailing the phone, the various confirmations from the company’s recent announcements and teasers, and the leaked pages from its official websites. After LG U.K. listed the specs of the handset, saying it will offer microSD support for cards up to 2TB, LG Netherlands has spilled all the remaining G3 secrets, including special software features, Droid-Life reports. More →
The LG G3 will be one of the best Android handsets around when LG finally launches it on Tuesday. It will offer buyers several interesting features including an already confirmed high-resolution 2K display, metal or metal-like design, optical image stabilization in the camera, removable battery and support for microSD cards (both features unavailable to G2 owners) and a brand new protective case with smart functions. However, the wildest feature yet on the G3 appears to be support for up to 2TB of storage via microSD cards, which appears to be a first for smartphones, at least according to LG’s U.K. site, which mentioned the specs of the unreleased handset. More →
LG has already confirmed it will launch the LG G3 during a special event set to take place on May 27, acknowledging the phone’s 2K display and announcing a special case for the unannounced handset in the process. But while LG hasn’t yet revealed other details about the handset, many reports have virtually spilled all the beans on the upcoming high-end Android handset. More →
Apple already uses sapphire to protect the iPhone 5s’s Touch ID sensor and camera lens, and all the latest rumors point to Apple introducing an iPhone 6 this fall with a sapphire display, likely manufactured at Apple’s sapphire plant in Arizona. So how do you think Samsung is going to respond? Do you even have to ask? More →
Even though LG’s G3 media event is less than a week away, the company can’t wait to share more details about the device with the public and generate even more buzz for its 2014 flagship handset. After confirming the phone’s name, display specs and launching a special QuickWindow case, the company has released new teaser ads for its home country, which confirm other G3 rumors including all the recent G3 image leaks. In three very short videos, LG is teasing three G3 features including the display, design and camera of the handset. More →
LG on Thursday decided to do something handset makers rarely do, which is to launch an accessory for a device that doesn’t exist yet. The QuickCircle folder case that was shown in many leaked LG G3 images in previous days has been confirmed by the company, with LG saying that it wants to offer a preview of the upcoming G3 with the new, interesting case. More →
A new image showing a press render of the LG G3 in a slim case has been leaked, offering some insight on the potential size of the device. According to a picture posted by @evleaks, the next LG flagship handset will measure 150 x 78 x 13 mm with a case on, suggesting the handset will be bulkier than expected. Comparatively, the G2 measures 138.5 x 70.9 x 8.9 mm, while the Galaxy S5, one of the G3’s main rivals this year, measures 142 x 72.5 x 8.1 mm. More →
LG is getting ready to launch its next flagship handset, the LG G3, this month, much earlier than initially expected. The company is apparently trying to both better compete against the recently released Galaxy S5 and HTC One (M8), and also to avoid direct competition with the iPhone 6 that will launch next quarter, which is when the G3 was expected to hit stores. Thus, it’s not surprising to see more key details revealed about the handset, with just over a week to go until the G3 media event kicks off. More →