In April we caught wind that LG was planning on launching a smartphone in Japan called the LG Isai FL. Why is this a big deal? Well apparently the LG Isai FL is supposed to be a variant of the LG G3, and given that the LG Isai was based on the LG G2, one can only assume that the Isai FL could be based on the LG G3.
That being said, LG and Japanese carrier KDDI have officially announced the LG Isai FL and have revealed its specs in the process. While we can’t confirm if the LG G3 will indeed pack the same specs, the specs of the Isai FL could be used as a rough base of sorts, if you’re curious as what the LG G3 could pack under its hood.
Starting with the display, the LG Isai FL will feature a 5.5-inch QHD display, giving it a pixel density of 538 PPI. This seems to be in line with LG’s earlier announcement that their QHD panels had been recently certified. The phone also appears to feature pretty thin bezels which allows the phone to feature a big display, but at the same time not feel too big in the hands.
The type and speed of the chipset in the Isai FL was not mentioned, oddly enough, but they did confirm the phone will pack a 13MP rear-facing camera, 32GB of onboard storage expandable via microSD, a 3,000mAh battery, and support for LTE-A with speeds up to 150Mbps.
If anything this seems to confirm what we have heard about the LG G3 so far, but either way hopefully we will learn more when LG officially announces the device, which could be on the 27th of May, so check back with us then for the details.