Our first impressions of the LG G3 have been relatively positive. Having a look at this device in an international iteration for the first time means we’re getting several features that are slightly different from the USA-based edition, but one thing certainly remains the same: the camera. Here we’re having a first glimpse at the camera’s ability to take fine shots and video in a relatively dark environment.
The LG G3 has been revealed today and carriers have immediately begun their own unique means of stabbing your attention. T-Mobile USA aims to do this with a teaser for a so-called LG G3 Beta model. They suggest that this LG device is an advance-release version of the device, and that you’ll be getting this device before the normal edition ships to the public.
The LG G3 has been officially revealed, and while the headline specs - the 5.5-inch QHD 2560 x 1440 display, the 13-megapixel camera - have been leaked, what's really interesting about the new flagship are the details. LG has pushed the hardware of course (this time around, the phone even gets lasers), but after lingering criticisms it overlooks usability in the process, this time the feature rush is more considered. Read on for some first-impressions.
LG just can't keep the wraps on the LG G3, and with less than a day to go until the new Android flagship makes its official debut in London, the company's Dutch arm has spilled the whole story. The LG G3 (D855) product page has gone live prematurely, confirming the 5.5-inch 2560 x 1440 display, 2.5GHz Snapdragon quadcore processor, and 13-megapixel with Ultra HD video recording support, optical image stabilization, and Laser Auto Focus.
Officially coming out tomorrow, some last-minute G3 pics have surfaced. The new LG handset is shown off next to another flagship handset, the HTC One (M8), giving us a neat glimpse at the overall dimensions the newest LG handset will have. It also gives a nearly final confirmation of design cues we’ve been smitten with recently.
The LG G3 isn't due to make its official debut until next Tuesday, but LG can't help its pre-show teasing, including showing us the sleek design of the Android smartphone and name-checking its laser autofocus camera. Expected to be unveiled in London on May 27th, the G3 has today got a trio of new video clips that confirm its QHD 2560 x 1440 display among other things.
The new flagship LG G3 will seemingly arrive too soon to take advantage of Qualcomm's latest chipset, with the Snapdragon 805 not looking ready for the new Android phone's debut on May 27th. LG is expected to launch the G3 at the end of this month at an event in London, but despite ongoing rumors that it would be the first phone to use the Snapdragon 805, the latest batch of leaks indicate that won't be the case.
The LG G3 appears to have been leaked in full this week as a behind-the-scenes photo shoot has captured the entirety of an advertising campaign before LG can spill the beans itself. While LG does have an event scheduled for May 27th, they’ve not yet revealed (officially) much more than a press render of the back side of the device. Today we get the full gush.