LG G3 is a smartphone high on performance
Although Motorola has managed to push the envelope of smartphone supremacy to new levels, other mobile manufacturers are also not far behind coming up with new flagship mobile devices to challenge this new found burst of competition. LG seems to be heading the right way as they have launched their latest smartphone, the G3. This smartphone seems to me like a mobile device high on turbo boost and fit for people who want extreme performance without the need to bother for price. The phone has a very thin bezel that encapsulates the 5.5-inch display which has a whooping Quad HD 2,560 x 1440 display.
Under the hood too it is a powerhouse with a Snapdragon 801 chip clocked at 2.5GHz plus, and the 3GB RAM compliments the phone’s performance very well. The Android KitKat powered smartphone has a good power reserve courtesy the 3000mAh battery and up to 32 GB of internal storage with slot for microSD card to beef up the storage requirements even further.
Since LG has left no stone unturned in designing this smartphone, therefore the 13-megapixel rear camera also flaunts features like OIS, image stabilization and tap to focus which is a laser auto focus. The curved back is just 8.9mm thick (at the thickest parts) and is made to look like a brushed metal material which actually is a scratch-resistant poly-carbonate material.
LG G3 will be launched on May 28, 2014 in South Korea with launch expected for other countries in June, 2014. The smartphone will come in Metallic Black, Silk White, Shine Gold, Moon Violet, and Burgundy Red variants which should cover the needs of all targeted audience.
The 16GB version of LG G3 will go for around $690 (£410) without contract; and the 32GB will be priced at $740 (£440).