LG Optimus G2 could be the first phone with 3GB of RAM for better multitasking
Korean publication claims that the LTE-Advanced version of the upcoming LG Optimus G2 will sport 3 GB of RAM for the first time. This will likely translate to the global edition as well, where LTE-A will be turned off for the simple reason that no carrier but SK Telecom offers it yet on such commercial scale.
The sources mentioned that the three gigs will allow faster multitasking and watching a Full HD video while doing something else without hiccups, meaning LG plans on continuing with its QSlide Apps multitasking concept.
LG is no stranger to mobile "firsts", as it was the sole maker out of the gate with a dual-core handset and the first to out a 3D-enabled phone, not to mention it was first to introduce a phone with 2 GB of RAM with the Optimus LTE 2 last year, so there's every chance 3 GB in a pair of gig and a half modules will be present.
We are more interested in the G2 allegedly breaking Android's navigation buttons paradigm, placing some of them on the back, or maybe just the volume keys, but in any case something innovative is coming with this handset. The sources say it should be released soon after the Galaxy S4 LTE-A that is already on sale, so it shouldn't be a long wait.