Earlier this morning, we talked about how there is a possibility of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 3 arriving with 3GB RAM in tow, which would be unprecedented for the phablet series, and this time around, another strong rival from Samsung’s home country could very well have a 3GB-enabled “beast” of a device in tow too – in the form of the upcoming LG G2 smartphone. You know, the very same one which is tipped to arrive with back-mounted volume/zoom controls.
Originally, industry sources pointed out that the G2 will arrive with 3GB RAM so that it will be able to handle multi-tasking better and improve overall performance, and these reports do seem to refer to the LTE Advanced SK Telecom version of the handset. Having said that, this would most probably make it impossible for the rest of the global LG G2 units to share a similar specification. What do you think of the entire shebang, and when will the first smartphone or phablet with 4GB RAM underneath the hood be introduced?
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