LG Netherlands slips, publishes product page for LG G3; leak confirms 2GB of RAM on board

LG Netherlands slips, publishes product page for LG G3; leak confirms 2GB of RAM on board
We all know the story about the little Dutch boy, who plugged up a leak in a dam using his finger. Well, there is no finger big enough to plug up the damn leak that came out of LG Netherlands on Monday. The day before the LG G3 is to be unveiled, the LG subsidiary accidentally published its full product page for the LG G3. Some of the information has been taken down, but a surprisingly large amount of information was left online for some time.

As we know, the LG G3 will come with a 5.5 inch screen, featuring a resolution of 1440 x 2560. The quad-core processor under the hood is the Snapdragon 801. Unfortunately, the leak confirms the information that came out of LG U.K., which means that the phone will be equipped with 2GB of RAM, not 3GB as was reported earlier. And while there could be different variants of the device with different storage, the leak today shows that the phone will offer 16GB of native storage, not 32GB. Other specs include the 3000mAh removable battery and a 13MP rear facing shooter. Android 4.4.2 is pre-installed. The phone's dimensions are 146.3mm x 74.7mm x 8.9mm.

In addition, the LG G3 will provide tips to the user "based on the status of your phone, your behavior, and the locations where you are," similar to the information provided by Google Now. A Quick Circle feature arranges the six most used apps in a semi-circle that you can access quickly. And the size of the new virtual QWERTY can be adjusted. The rear camera uses a Laser Auto Focus for rapid focusing of your photos and video. Strangely, there was no word about the capacity of the microSD slot. According to LG U.K., the storage capacity of the slot is supposedly 2TB.

By this time tomorrow, we should have all your questions answered.

source: LGNetherlands (translated), PortableGear.nl (translated) via AndroidCentral

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