The LG G2, which is the successor to the Optimus G2 is regarded to be launched as the world’s first phone with 3GB of RAM. Previously, we have seen the new Snapdragon 800 version of the Galaxy S4 hog the limelight by being attributed as the world’s first LTE-Advanced device, but now LG will possess these boasting rights by unveiling the the world’s first phone with 3GB of RAM.
Based on rumors, it is understood that the LG G2 is speculated to arrive in South Korea as soon as mid-July, however the international announcement of this device will be released on August 7, at a New York event.
According to reports from a Korean publication Hankyung, it is construed that the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 that is slated to be launched in the late summer will reportedly also feature 3GB of RAM. Thus this is direct competition for the G2 even before the device is released out wide.
From the developments that have presented their arrival, it is construed that LG plans to expand the broad concept of Smartphone specifications to a newer level by establishing a standard with the G2. This device will comprise a Snapdragon 800 processor and will offer LTE-Advanced compatibility. It is also expected that this device will sport a 5-inch Full HD display with a very slim profile. This is in accordance with the leaked images that had surfaced up previously depicting the set of leaked slides. The thin and almost bezel-less design was palpable during the time that LG moved the volume rockers on the back of the phone.
On the other hand, presently there is no concrete information with respect to the Note 3. According to some rumors, it is highlighted that the device will sport a 5.7-inch display, while the others emphasize that a 5.99 panel is in the works. However Samsung is manifesting an LCD-equipped Note 3 variant display than the customary AMOLED displays. The device will be powered by a Snapdragon 800 processor, and will constitute 3GB of RAM, and a 13MP camera.
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