Thursday, August 7, 2014

LG G3A goes light in South Korea

LG's G3 is one of the best flagship phones to date , the specs and its innovative features and the thin bezel design makes it a ideal phone for anyone with the right amount of money , but not everyone can spend $700 on a phone , so LG has introduced a skinned version of the phone called LG G3 A , the phone , basically looks like a G3 at first look , the specs however are somewhat last year , so its basically a G2 in a g3 shell , first off , we have a Snapdragon 800 chipset clocked to 2.26Ghz and 2GB of RAM , the 32GB version has a MicroSD card and it has support for LTE as well .The camera has the same laser auto-focus module as the G3 and it has Optical stabilization , the camera has 13Mp and LED flash . The display of the phone comes in at 5.2" and has a 1080p resolution rather than the beastly 2K found on the G3 , this reduction might help conserve the battery life as the phone only has a  battery which comes in at 2610 mAh's is a bit of a concern but it is removable so you can swapp into a high capacity one if you wish .The phone will come with Android 4.4.4 out of the box and it is available in S.Korea at the moment .

Written by Rakitha for MasHD

Source - GSMArena

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