Alleged picture of the LG G3 appears, flaunting a Quad HD display and Snapdragon 801 processor

We've got what is claimed to be the first photo of the upcoming LG G3 flagship, displaying the device info set of the AnTuTu benchmark. There we can clearly see 1440x2560 pixels listed as the resolution, while the graphics processing unit (GPU) is shown to be Qualcomm's Adreno 330. 

If the photo of this bad boy is legit, we can deduce with reasonable certainty that the handset will indeed sport a Quad HD display, and the new Snapdragon 801 processor, that is in the Galaxy S5 and the Xperia Z2. That jibes with all the rumored specs so far, which also include 3 GB of RAM, and a 13 MP camera with OIS+ technology.

We've come to expect a 5.5" display from the handset, with the said 1440x2560 pixels of resolution, which returns 538ppi pixel density - this will be the highest ever announced on a brand name flagship. Don't be fooled that AnTuTu lists 640dpi, as that's how it displays screen density, while in pixels per inch the number is lower. Still, the LG G3 should be the first phone from a large Android manufacturer that breaks the 500ppi barrier, and for the actual difference between a Quad HD and 1080p display, you can check the closeup shots here. LG already announced one 5.5" panel with Quad HD resolution, so it's reasonable to believe this will be the panel the G3 is going to flaunt. Moreover, we already have a phone announced with such a dislplay - the Oppo Find 7 - so an LG G3 with 538ppi is certainly plausible.

source: Ubergizmo

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  • Display 5.5 inches 2560 x 1440 pixels
  • Camera 13 MP (Single camera) 2.1 MP front
  • Hardware Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 3GB RAM
  • Storage 32GB, microSDXC
  • Battery 3000 mAh
  • OS Android 6.0 Marshmallow


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