The smartphone that was non-existent at the Mobile World Congress that was held in February earlier this year, the LG G3, has had its fair share of rumors. Among them include the possibility of a 5.5″ display and an octa-core MediaTek chipset, a “confirmed” 2650 x 1440 resolution display, an alleged photo sample, and a possible June release date, where all of these have yet to prove themselves to be true. Why not add in one more speculation into the hat after having gone through so many already? In the leaked screenshot that you see on the right, the alleged LG G3 screenshot does point to a more “flat” design where its app icons are concerned.
Where a user is concerned, theLG G3 does seem to be a good place to introduce an enhanced user interface for the skin that LG has included for its Android powered devices. The more “flat” design would make it look as though LG is following in the footsteps of Samsung and Apple, and will such cosmetic changes be on the surface only, or does it run far deeper than that?
All in all, we cannot wait to see just what LG has in store for the masses with the LG G3 when it finally hits the market. Hopefully LG will be able to speed things up accordingly.
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