Is the LG G3 Set to Re-Launch with an Improved Snapdragon 805 Processor?
Is the LG G3 expecting an update? If you could make the brand new, LG G3 better, would you? And if so how? The LG G3 is currently one of the best smart phones available. The device is super thin, sports a large HD touch screen with practically no bezel and packs in a spec sheet that would make a normal laptop blush with envy. But how could we…better yet how could LG make such an excellent handset better? With a bigger, better more awesomer processor from Qualcomm?
The LG G3 was announced early last month too much anticipation and a tidbit of hype! But all for good reason as the G3 is indeed one of the best smart phones made by any manufacturer. While we praise all the glory of the G3 it sounds as if LG may be looking to improve upon their original design by adding a bit more power the G3. The G3 currently ships with a Qualcomm made Snapdragon 801 system chip that uses a quad core 2.5 GHz processor. While this processor is more than enough to handle the everyday tasks you request of your G3, there is always room for improvement right? According to some headlines making their way around Korea, LG is planning on producing a better G3 that is approximately three times as fast as its current model. The “next G3” as its being called is rumored to come with Qualcomm’s better Snapdragon 805 processor and if true the G3 will be the first handset to sport the chipset making it much faster than its competition. Additionally the rumors are suggesting the device will also sport Qualcomm’s MDM9635 model that can support LTE speeds of up to 225 Mbps down! The remaining spec sheet on the next G3 will remain the same but if you’ve been considering picking up a new G3 you may want to wait it out for a while to see what this evolves into.
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