LG G2 smartphone was announced last week and it will be available worldwide, but it seems like the South Korean variant is different as it packs a MicroSD slot and a removable battery. Such things aren’t present on the US variant of the LG G2 and now we can’t help but wonder if such customized G2 phone will be sold in another country.
Before the official launch of the LG G2 there were numerous rumors stating that the International variant of LG G2 will come with an external SDcard slot and that it will also have a removable battery, but when the official announcement was made we got a different device that didn’t feature such things. The battery of the International / US variant of LG G2 is non-removable and the back cover is sealed with no chance of adding any microSD cards. There is no official word on the availability of a similar modified device for other countries, but we sure hope that LG will decide to offer more info soon.
LG G2 Korea model also comes with a smaller battery with a 2610 mAh capacity compared to the 3000 mAh battery packed on the US G2 version. There aren’t any other major differences between these two phones. Both of them will pack the same 5.2-inch ful HD IPS LCD display, Corning Gorilla Glass 3, 32GB internal storage, 2.3 GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 CPU, 2GB RAM, 13 MP back-facing camera, 2.1 front-facing camera, Bluetooth 4.0 LE, LTE and LTE-Advanced technology and the Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean as default OS.
LG G2 will be released soon and it should receive the official Android 4.3 Jelly Bean until the end of this year. So, do you think that LG should have released the US model with the same specs as the Korean one or, is it better to buy a device that packs a bigger battery for a better battery life without you being able to expand the storage space?