Thursday, July 17, 2014

LG's G3 Beat has design cues from its bigger brother, mid range specs on tow



With everyone and their mother making "mini" handsets , excluding LG from that list would be a shame because their new LG G3 is surely the best Android smartphone you can buy*(at the moment) .Sticking to the "law of mini-phones"  LG has cut down many features except for the gorgeous design and the clever Laser autofocus module . Rest of the specs are quite mid range in the day and age , but that being said , the LG Beat is no slouch ,the display comes in at 5" and it is a IPS pannel that is set to a screen to body size ratio of 74.1 % which is impressive (and makes no sense to the average buyer) the display by the way has a resolution of 1280x720 which gives a kind of alright 294ppi . Inside the phone , we find a 1.2Ghz Quadcore Snapdragon 400 , which is made using the Cortex A7 architecture , the phone has a Adreno 305 graphics module ,1GB of RAM , 8GB of onboard storage and a MicroSD card slot . GPS and Glonass ,Bluetooth 4.0 ,NFC ,WIFI 802.11 b/g/n , 4G LTE are all included in the package . The phone features a 8mp rear camera , which is not optically stabilized unlike the LG G3 ,but it has the same Laser autofocus/rangefinder module on the opposite side of the single LED flash. The phone has a 1.3mp rear camera which is of the 720p variant , the rear camera records 1080p and it has HDR. The phone comes with Android 4.4.4 out of the box and it has LG's new user interface on top of it .The battery of the phone is rated at 2540mAh and it is removable so battery fans can surely rejoice .







Written by Rakitha for MasHD

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