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LG G3 Screenshots Leaked – New UI, Quad HD Display – Leaks & Details

LG G3 leaks out with the new UI and is expected to be announced in the coming months that will be the flagship Smart phone for LG this year. This LG G3 will be the successor to the LG GE that was launched last year. We have already seen some of the company’s releasing their flagship models like the Galaxy S5 from Samsung and the HTC One (M8) but these devices featured just a 1080p display. With LG G3 we can expect a Quad HD (1440 x 2560 pixels) display and the new screenshots of the UI (User Interface) are confirming this ultra-high resolution on G3.

The Screenshots leaks shows a clean and simple UI and it resembles the LG isai FL that was revealed recently so we can expect very thin bezels and this flagship model should be running on the latest Android 4.4 KitKat and powered by a Snapdragon 801 processor coupled with an 3 GB RAM and also expected to feature a 13 MP camera or an 16 MP camera on the rear.

LG G3 Screenshots

Image Source : Digital Trends

In the UI we can see the shortcuts to activate NFC, Bluetooth, WI-Fi, and the 3G or 4G data connection along with a Q Remote button. We have seen LG has used Q Remote on various devices that include the successor of LG G3, and it uses an infrared blaster to control all other applications around the house. The big buttons on the notification panel has been replaced by smaller icons and Google is trying to make a flatter look for the Android icons also as what we see in the UI that got leaked.

All these specifications already makes this LG G3 smart phone a high end flagship model and we are yet to see more specifications of the device coming out and even the design of the device is another point to be noted. You can expect many more leaks of this smart phone in the coming days and hope that LG announces this device soon.

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