Good things come in multiples of four, or that must be LG’s line of thinking based on the latest spec rumors for the LG G3. The G3, which naturally would be the followup to the recently launched G2, could feature a major upgrade in hardware compared to LG’s current flagship (and nearly every other smartphone on the market).
According to ZDNet’s Korean branch, LG is building a handset that will feature a QHD display and octa-core processor. The chipset is said to be under development in-house under the LG Odin name. The phone might also feature a 16MP camera.
The QHD display, which is of an unknown size, is not to be confused with previous qHD displays. Note the capitalization. The upper-case Q stands for ‘quad’ and features a resolution of 2560 x 1440.
The LG G3 is expected to launch sometime in 2014, but exact details haven’t been pinned down. No word on if LG will continue to locate the volume rocker and power button on the back of the phone.
[via ZDNet Korea]
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