Are you looking forward to the LG G3? After all it was only recently that thanks to a leaked photo and confirmation from LG, it has been revealed that the phone will sport a 2560×1440 2K display. This would pretty much make LG the first mainstream smartphone vendor to offer such a device in the market, assuming of course Samsung does not beat them to the punch.
So now that the display of the phone has been confirmed, we know that the device is very real, but when will it launch? Well according to ZDNet Korea, their sources have suggested that the phone could see a launch in the later part of June which could also see the release of the handset in the early part of July.
This seems to go against earlier rumors that pointed at an August release, but apparently this was pushed forward thanks to Samsung’s early release of the Galaxy S5, not to mention LG would have to compete against Apple’s rumored dual iPhones in September, so a release in July would give them time to gain more market share and sell more phones.
In terms of specs, the leaked photo also seemed to confirm that the handset will be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 chipset, mainly thanks to the use of the Adreno 330 GPU. It is also unclear as to how big the phone’s display will be, but the photo showed off a density of 640 DPI which is apparently wrong, but previous rumors have suggested anywhere between 5.2-inches to 5.5-inches.
In any case we’ll be keeping our eyes peeled for more information, so do check back with us at a later date for more details!