LG G3 specs leaked in new AnTuTu benchmark listings suggest LG has plans to launch two variants of its 2014 flagship.
According to a pair of AnTuTu benchmark listings, there are two LG G3 models currently being tested by LG for launch later this year.
Recent rumours point to the LG G3 featuring a QHD 2560 x 1400p resolution display, but it seems that might be the higher end model available.
The AnTuTu leak shows that there is also a 1920 x 1080p full HD version of the device floating about.
Aside from the screen resolution the two LG G3 variants have extremely similar specs. However, the full 1080p HD version has 3GB of RAM in comparison to the 2GB of RAM offered by the 2K edition.
It seems a little bizarre that the higher resolution smartphone display would have 1GB of RAM less than the full 1080p HD version. Could that mean a difference in display size? Or even that the full HD model is a different handset entirely?
A launch has been tipped for June with an early July release date, so we won’t have long to wait to hear some official details on the LG G2 follow-up.
If these benchmarks are correct, both versions will be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 processor and feature a 13-megapixel rear camera and a secondary 2-megapixel video-calling snapper.
Both run the latest Android 4.4 KitKat out of the box too, which is reassuring.
Previous rumours suggest that the LG G3 will come with a 5.5-inch display with 32GB of internal storage as standard. If the G3 does pack a QHD display, this would mean a stunning pixel density of 530ppi.
We haven’t seen such a high resolution display on many smartphones so far, except the Oppo Find 7 or other more niche handsets.
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