AnTuTu Photo Confirms LG G3 with 2560×1440 Resolution
In 2013 LG proved the point by making the most innovative Smartphone device of 2013 – LG G2. Along with LG Google Nexus 5, it not only ruled the market, but makes a strong impression among batter battery life seekers too. The rumors are on since late last year about the successor of LG’s current flagship LG G2, the LG G3. Rumors also says it will have the mind boggling Quad-HD or 1440p (2K) resolution with a display size between 5.2”-5.5”. We hardly believe in pre-launch rumors, but last night Ubergizmo leaked an AnTuTu benchmark image showing (from the device info) a whooping 1440p resolution stat with Qualcomm Snapdragon processor.
Currently we only have the Oppo Find7 and Vivo Xplay 3S with the QHD ( 2K) resolution with an insane 534ppi, so the rumor seems to be true. Currently the actual processor model is unknown, but we believe that it’s the Snapdragon 801 SoC. More powerful Snapdragon 805 won’t release before September/October, thus we are not considering it under LG G3.
The rumor also suggesting that LG is working on their own Octa-Core ODIN Processor and could use it in LG G3, but we believe with NEXUS 6 in mind they won’t want to take any chance. So we might have to wait till the next flagship from LG (Possibly the LG G Pro 3) to have the Octa-Core ODIN Processor.
While we know that the device will have Adreno 330 GPU, we believe that LG wouldn’t disappoint its consumers with a poor battery life. In LG G2, LG did a superb job by using GRAM (Graphics RAM) which saves battery wastage to a good level. LG’s engineers have to work extra hard this time as the 2K display requires huge power consumption.
Keep an eye on this blog as we will give you every single news about LG’s upcoming flagship LG G3.