Tomorrow LG will launch the fourth G-series flagship, and according to Mashable, these are specs to expect:
We are looking at a 5.5-inch screen (the same as the G3), with the same Quad HD 1440 x 2560 resolution display, but probably with some new technology that will enhance this nonetheless.
Shockingly, it seems LG has decided against employing Qualcomm’s flagship Snapdragon 810 64-bit processor in favor of the 808 model, presumably because of the recent overheating scandal - which has caused Samsung to start developing their own processors.
It will come with 3GB of RAM, of the DDR3 variety, alongside 32GB of eMMC flash storage, and capacity for a microSD expansion (thankfully, because Samsung ignored that popular feature this flagship around). Also on deck is the 3,000mAh battery - which is indeed removable (again, shady eyes at you, Samsung).
The camera will be optically stabilized, with a laser focus-assist, f/1.8 aperture lens - please, Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge, with your f/1.9 cameras, take note. The back camera is also upgraded to 16 megapixels, where the front was upgraded from a sad 2.1 megapixels, to a whopping 8 megapixels.
Obviously, it’s a flagship, so there with be LTE connectivity, Bluetooth, NFC, blah blah.
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