May 31, 2014

LG G3 Leak Shows Titanium Color Option for Sprint

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The LG G3 release date is tomorrow so expect lots of leaks in the next few hours. I’m not really sure if there’s something we don’t already know about the LG G3, but if you were wondering how the Sprint variant of the smartphone looks like there’s a photo at the end of this article.
The highly anticipated LG flagship will debut at all four major carriers in the States and, unlike the Verizon model, the Sprint LG G3 doesn’t have the carrier’s logo applied anywhere on its body. The Titanum Sprint LG G3 leaked courtesy of @evleaks so if you like the photo he’s the guy to thank.
There’s nothing different about the Sprint G3 in titanium compared to other variants of the device (of course, except for the color), so if you were hoping for something spectacular I’m sorry to break your heart.
Want to hear some LG G3 specs? Even though the new handset hasn’t been launched yet, we already know, or at least we think we know everything about its hardware platform.
The main selling point of the LG G3 will probably be its display. The terminal will arrive with a 5.5-inch True HD-IPS + LCD screen with an amazing resolution of 1440 x 2560 and a pixel density of 543 ppi. There will be a protective Gorilla Glass 3 layer, too.
Even though it was initially rumored that the handset will be underpinned by Qualcomm’s latest and greatest chipset, the Snapdragon 805, the G3 will actually arrive with a quad-core 2.5 GHz Snapdragon 801 processor. There are also 2 GB inside its case along with 16 GB storage and a microSD slot. The device will be kept alive by a 3,000 mAh battery.
On the back of the phone you’ll be able to find the 13 MP primary shooter with OIS+ and 4K video recording support, along with the volume and power keys and a new sensor placed on the left of the camera module. The said sensor is a laser beam that will help G3′s camera when it comes to focusing tasks.
The LG G3 will certainly run Android 4.4.3 out of the box, customized with a special skin developed by the South Korean company. The LG G3 UI leaked several times so far so expect it to be flatter than before. We don’t know yet what special software features LG has prepared this time, but we will certainly find out when the handset will officially see the light of day.
As I was mentioning above the LG G3 release date is May 27 so don’t forget to return tomorrow for official details about what is believed to be the most powerful Android smartphone yet.



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