The LG G2 flagship smartphone from LG may still be pretty new and haven’t even made its way to Malaysia yet, but it looks like the G3 rumors has already started. The latest report for the next flagship smartphone from LG, presumably called the LG G3, is in the specifications department.
First up, remember when LG showed off a 5.5” smartphone IPS LCD panel with 1440 x 2560 pixels (Quad HD) back in August? According to ZDNet Korea, the G3 should feature the QHD screen but the size of it has not been confirmed yet. Other specs include a 16MP rear camera and an octa-core processor developed by the Korean company itself with the codename LG Odin. The processor will not only be used in the G3, but also for the next generation LG tablet.
I guess 2014 will be all about the 2560 x 1440 smartphone displays, Samsung is reported to announce the Galaxy S5 in MWC 2014 that features a QHD display, Oppo has already started to tease its Oppo Find 7 that features a 2K display, and Vivo, a Chinese manufacturer, has already launched the first-ever smartphone in the world to feature a 2560 x 1440 display. Will a pixel-dense display and perhaps a faster (64-bit maybe?) processor be enough to convince you to upgrade your smartphone next year?