Washington: As LG is eyeing to launch its flagship smartphone LG G3, now new report recons that the company will keep rare volume rocker.
Company debut the rare volume key with LG G2 which is not so popular, but company still confident to keep the rare volume key in LG G3 as well.
Judging by a leaked snapshot, unearthed by GSM Arena, LG plans to keep the design feature in place for the forthcoming LG G3, but with some refinements.
While the photo doesn’t show an awful lot more, there does appear to be an undefined, additional sensor next to the camera lens. The sensor’s purpose isn’t clear at this time.
Beyond the handset itself, the photo also features a notepad appearing to outline a couple of key specs.
It mentions “OIS+” which we presume means optical image stabilisation, while also mentioning 16GB and 32GB storage options. The presence of the text 2GB and 3GB surely makes reference to on-board RAM.
Previous speculation has suggested the LG G3 will offer a tremendous array of top-line specs, including a 1440 x 2560 2K display, an octa-core Odin processor, built by LG itself, a 13-megapixel camera and Android 4.4 KitKat.