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Alleged Leaked Picture of the LG G3 – Quad HD display and Snapdragon 801 Processor – Details

The upcoming flagship from LG, the LG G3 has showed up on the AnTuTu benchmark set. More likely to be the company’s new flagship device, it has leaked itself giving us some of its features to cherish which set to be a high spec device and will be coming in to market expecting to compete with many high end devices like the Samsung Galaxy S5, Xperia Z2 and HTX M8 devices.

The pictured that got leaked revels that the device will be having multi-touch display with a resolutions of 1440 x 2560 with 640 dpi (display screen density). It is more likely it will be coming with a 5.5 inch screen and with the resolutions mentioned, it can give up to 538ppi pixel density making it the first Android device to cross the 500ppi line.

LG G3 picture leaks

Other specifications that leaked include the GPU (graphics processing unit) that will be a Qualcomm Adreno 330 and will also be powered by the latest Snapdragon 801 processor that is seen in the flagship of Samsung and also in the Xperia Z2. From the rumored specs of the device we can see a 3 GB of RAM included to the device along with a 13 MP sensor on the back with OIS+ technology.

We have already seen the 5.5 inch panel from LG with Quad HD resolutions, so we can easily expect this flagship device also to sport the same. The Oppo Find 7 that was announced few weeks earlier also has the Quad HD display so we can expect many devices to follow it now. It is more likely that device will be coming on to screens very soon and LG might unveil this device any time soon. I am pretty much excited to see a Quad HD resolution on the Smart phones and hopefully we can see them soon. What do you think of this device? Are you waiting for it? Drop your comments below.

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