The LG G3 will have a 5.5" display panel with the breathtaking Quad HD 1440x2560 pixels resolution. The latest Snapdragon 805 chipset and 3 GB of RAM are cited to round up the pretty offering, as well as a 13 MP optically-stabilized camera with what seems like a two-tone flash. The Optimus UI might have also received a thorough overhaul, judging from LG's teaser video, and numerous reports for a more "personalized" experience.
All rumors that the phone will feature a special finish that looks like brushed metal, seem to hold water, though it's still likely to be made of polycarbonate.
The G3 might still feature the excellent screen-to-body ratio of its predecessor, offering a huge display bordering on the phablet realm, in a comparatively compact chassis. From the looks of it, the signature rear keys have been redesigned with a different, more premium look, and a finger-friendly texture. There is also a mysterious elliptic opening next to them maybe a fingerprint sensor, just an NFC button, or a heart rate monitor sensor. We will know that in May 27 when LG officialy unveils the G3 in London 6p.m (1 p.m USA) (12 noon West South America)
At this time the rumored specifications are:
5.5 inches Quad HD (QHD) AH-PS LCD panel 2560 x 1440 pixels, 538 pixels per inch.
Google’s Android 4.4.3 Kitkat
Two-tone dual-LED flash 13MP Camera,
3GB Of RAM,
The G3 will reportedly come in two versions: one with 16GB of inbuilt storage and 2GB of RAM, and a second with 32GB inbuilt storage and 3GB of RAM. Both will support microSD cards, however. There’s also a 13-megapixel rear camera with a new type of Optical Image Stabilisation (OIS+), 2 GHz octa-core processor MediaTek MT6595 or a Snapdragon 801 processor with an Qualcomm Adreno 330 graphics processing unit.