As Samsung and LG are continuing their dominance in the smartphone market, Now LG is eyeing to unwrap its flagship smartphone LG G3.
The device has appeared online on several occasions and also rumored to rock 2K display with higher resolution.
According to latest report from ZDNet Korea that the device is set to debut in June with 2K display along with 1440 x 2560 resolution.
The image doesn’t really give us a good look at the handset but it does show a completed AnTuTu benchmark test on the screen, the results of which show that rumored 1440 x 2560 resolution again.
Going one better, Ubergizmo is claiming to have got confirmation from LG that this will indeed be the resolution of the device. The image also shows that the GPU is a Qualcomm Adreno 330, though it appears that the DPI information is wrong as it wouldn’t match up with the likely 5.2- to 5.5-inch screen size of the LG G3.
The main thing to take away from all this is that a quad HD display is looking ever more likely for the G3 and that you might not have to wait too long to get your hands on one.