There has been a lot of talk about the LG G3, and rightfully so. Last year’s LG G2 proved to be quite a hit, especially with its camera which we were pleasantly surprised to discover that it managed to hold its on under low-lighting conditions.
Safe to say that with last year’s success, many are looking forward to the LG G3 and what it could bring to the table. Now thanks to a recent tweet by @evleaks, it seems that he has managed to “confirm” that the LG G3 could be packing a QHD display, a display that was rumored to be part of the Galaxy S5 which did not happen.
@evleaks cites the UA profile of the handset which reveals its display resolution to be that of 2560×1440, putting right in QHD territory. Of course the UA profile doesn’t name the LG G3, but it is for the model D850 which many speculate could be the LG G3. It’s either that or its for another LG phone, but chances are it is the LG G3.
QHD displays on smartphones aren’t that common. As it stands only two companies so far have confirmed QHD displays: the Vivo Xplay 3S and the Oppo Find 7. It was originally rumored that the Samsung Galaxy S5 would pack a QHD display too, but as well all know it was launched with a Full HD display instead.
There are rumors that there could be a more premium Galaxy S5 launched later with a QHD display, but for now it looks like Vivo and Oppo are the only two companies with such specs, and we guess if this UA profile is to be believed, LG could be joining them soon. Try not to get your hopes up just yet, but with a launched rumored for June, hopefully we won’t have to wait too long to get a confirmation.
- 2014-04-15: LG G3 Japanese Market Variant Presumably Leaked Online
- 2014-04-15: LG G3 Rumored For June Announcement, July Release
- 2014-04-13: LG G3 Photo Confirms 2560x1440 Resolution [Exclusive]
- 2014-04-11: Alleged LG G3 Specs Revealed In User Agent Profile [Rumor]
- 2014-04-10: LG Odin Processor Expected To Enter Mass Production 'Soon'