Last month, at Mobile World Congress 2014, the folks at LG introduced the LG G2 Pro and the LG G2 Mini, but they are yet to introduce their flagship for 2014. Previous rumors have indicated that the LG G3 release date might be June, and a new report coming from a German source comes to confirm that.
Back in February, LG trademarked the “G4” moniker and everyone knew then that the Korean phone maker is already readying a successor for the G2, that high-end smartphone that brought rear-facing volume and power buttons.
The guys at Giga.de have word from a “reliable source” who preferred to remain anonymous that the LG G3 will be launched in June and that it will sport “a new type of display,” the information checking with the previous rumors we’ve heard about the G2 successor.
According to the rumor mill the LG G3 would arrive with a QHD or Full HD display sized about 5 inches, 3 GB of RAM, Snapdragon 805 processor, 13 or 16 MP rear-facing camera, and Android 4.4 KitKat out of the box.
Anyway, there’s no way we could verify these reports, therefore we are advising you to take them with a pinch of salt.
If the rumors prove true, by the time the LG G3 is released Samsung’s, Sony’s, and HTC’s flagship smartphones will all be available for purchase, therefore the Korean device will have to withstand some heavy competition. Would the G3 be able to bit a big chunk of Samsung market share pie?