LG G3 Coming with a killer 1440 x 2560 screen resolution. Is it the Nexus 6 ?

Francisco De Jesùs.

Rumors say the phone is currently under development using the codename B2.

Features expected to appear on LG’s latest handset (G3) include Google’s Android 4.4 Kitkat, Quad HD display and a 2.2 GHz octa-core processor MediaTek MT6595

LG is working with prototypes of the next G3 which is said to come with a swipe fingerprint sensor, or retina scanning technology, making a difference with Apple iPhone 5S which has a area-type  fingerprint sensor.



Various model numbers have also been attached to the G3. For example, one leak claims the phone will be the LG-D851, while the Verizon version will be reclassified as the LG-VS985. The LG-D972 is another possibility, along with LG-D830. For the record, the LG G2 wears the model number LG-D802, while the Nexus 5 is the LG-D820.

In August 2013, LG showed off a prototype 5.5-inch smartphone screen boasting a 2560 x 1440 pixel resolution, which it referred to as Quad HD.
 
The G3 is the next bet. 1440p screens are no longer science fiction, and are fitted to a pair of Chinese smartphones, the Vivo XPlay 3S and the Oppo Find 7

 @evleaks Twitter account showed a screenshot taken from a User Agent Profile (special documents created by manufacturers which contain information relevant to content providers), which listed an LG phone with the model number D850 as having a 2560 x 1440 pixel display.



LG looks set to launch the LG G3 sometime around May or June. It is also likely to be the smartphone the Google Nexus 6 will based upon.



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