LG G3 goes Official: QHD Display, Laser Autofocus

LG G3 has helped the rumor mills to run great for quite a long time. The speculations finally come to an end now as LG has officially announced its latest flagship, the LG G3 today. After seeing what LG has brought up packed inside its latest flagship, it won’t be wrong to say that LG has taken its rival manufacturers seriously and the G3 has easily taken over HTC’s M8, Sony’s Z2 and Samsung’s Galaxy S5.Lg g3 colors

LG G3 Design and Build:

LG G3’s body looks like brushed metal apparently, but the phone has been packed up in plastic, giving it the best look and shape. The phone is round, and grip-able that sets comfortably in your hands, but it definitely doesn’t beat HTC One M8’s premium aluminium build and the design. LG has announced a variety of colors, these include Silk White, Burgundy Red, Moon Violet, Shine Gold and Metallic Black.

LG G3 Display:

Atop, LG has unveiled the its first device with QHD display, that definitely outdoes the world’s first QHD display phone, the Oppo Find 7. The phone sports a 5.5 inches IPS display with a resolution of 2560 x 441 and 538 ppi which makes it taller and far better than the displays of M8, Xperia Z2 and the Galaxy S5. Front of the LG G3 is pretty much similar to that of the G2, LG has covered the most with the screen.

LG G3 Camera:

LG has used a 13 MP shooter at the back, and a 2.1 MP shooter on the front, but that’s not it. The G3 camera has OIS (Optical Image Stabilization) and there is a new Laser Autofocus System that adds charm and enhances the image taking capabilities of the G3. LG believes in speeding up the things and has changed the default capture mode of the its device. The device now focuses and captures at the same time as soon as you tap the screen to shoot an image. LG has also taken the selfie fever seriously, and to entertain the selfie lovers, LG has added a new gesture-detection in the front facing camera, that captures an image when a user clenches a fist in front of it. Front facing camera’s aperture is wider as well now.

LG G3 Hardware:

G3 stands inline with its competitors here. LG has used Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 801 Quad Core Chipset clocked at 2.5 GHz to power up the device accompanied by Adreno 330 GPU whereas the RAM is ranged at 3 GB. Internal storage is 32 GB while the device also has a miscroSD card slot that supports upto 128 GB of external memory. To give life to the device, LG has used a massive 3000 mAh battery.

LG G3 Software:

With LG’s newly designed UI, the G3 runs on Android KitKat out of the box. There’s a new smart notice service introduced in the device, that works pretty much like the Google Now and reminds you about the missed calls, messages, events and other ongoing happenings around and gives you the recommendations.

Although the phone’s hardware capabilities are good enough to be in spotlight, but LG doesn’t seem to be making it user’s look at the tech specs of the device and is rather interested in promoting the device’s user experience. Here’s what LG’s mobile CEO Mark Seok Park  has to say about it:

The smartest innovation in a fast-evolving smartphone market is creating harmony between advanced technology and a simplified user experience

LG G3 is available in the home market now, the device will be available soon via more than 170 carriers all around the world.


That’s all for now. What do you think about LG’s new beast? We’ll be looking forward to your reviews about this device. Thanks all.


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