LG announces the G3 A
LG announces another G3 variant with the G3 A. LG is continuing their roll with the G3 in yet one more variant of the flagship. Lately it seems that we have had about three options in the Android flagship smartphone world LG, Samsung and HTC. As you would expect these companies have a way of copying each other. Most of the designs across all devices are different and stand out on their own, what stays the same however is the seemingly never ending line up of variants.
The G3 is currently offered up in three forms. First is the original, awesome G3 then you have the G3 Beat and the recently exposed, yet still unreleased G3 Stylus. Now a new comer is headed to the G3 line up and it is simply known as the G3 A. The G3 A is by in large a G2 with a new name and a 13 mega pixel G3 camera sensor with a laser auto focus. The G3 A starts with a 5.2 inch 1080p touch screen display that will give its end users control over Android version 4.4. It comes packing a Snapdragon 800 processor, 2 GB of RAM and get its go from a highly capable 2610 mAh battery. While the battery here is bit smaller this G3 A is indeed rebranded G2. The G2…err we mean G3 A has officinally been announced by LG and will run potential customers approximately $680 bucks. The device at this point is only headed to LG’s native land in South Korea.
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