It seems that getting official information about upcoming mobiles is much easier than we might imagine, as yet another major leak has occurred to give LG fans a sneak peak at the hardware which will be found onboard the next-gen G3 smartphone.
The G3 will apparently have a 5.5 inch QHD display, which will offer a 2560×1440 resolution that is also known as 2K. This means it will have more pixels than its 1080p-toting competitors, ushering in a new era of clarity.
A quad core Snapdragon 800 processor and 3GB of RAM are also on the cards, according to the leaked info that spilled from US network provider, Sprint, at the end of last week.
Sources expect that the LG G3 will be made public on the 17th of May, which means an international release could follow soon afterwards.
News of the Samsung Galaxy F which surfaced this month, suggests that there is more than one smartphone with a 2K display in the works. And indeed Samsung could have the edge, given that it is reported to be using the Snapdragon 805 chipset rather than the slightly older one harnessed by the LG G3.