The LG G2 is a great smartphone, no one can deny that, but we all want more from its G3 successor. This alleged screenshot captured from LG G3 has leaked online revealing that the next version of LG’s proprietary Android user interface will feature a flat look. As you probably know, Apple is the one that has first introduced the flat user experience with iOS 7 and it was a real success, so there is no surprise that Samsung revamped its TouchWiz UI in a similar way with its Galaxy S5 smartphone. And the flat Android UI is not all that we know about the device, but there are other specs that have been rumored in the last few days, so we invite you to take a closer look:
What else it has been revealed about LG’s G3?
Here is what we know about LG’s G3 at this point: in the first place, you should know that we are expecting a 5.5-inch Quad HD display with a resolution of no less than 1440×2560, as well as a 13MP camera with optical image stabilization and several image editing tools. Things don’t look at all bad when it comes to its power either.
It seems that LG G3 houses a quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 CPU or an octa-core MediaTek processor, speculations about a processor of LG’s own design spreading all over the internet. But be careful; at this point, neither of these possibilities is confirmed. And things are even more interesting as long as rumor has it that this LG G3 handset will probably be water resistant and dustproof as well, just as we have seen that Sony prefers its devices or how Samsung has made its latest Galaxy S5 model.
That’s pretty much all that we know for the moment, but stay tuned for more; we’ll be soon back with fresh details regarding this LG G3 smartphone.