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LG G3 design looks to take on Galaxy S5

Under: LG, Mobile Phones, Samsung
Date: October 13th, 2013

LG G3 design looks to take on Galaxy S5

The LG G2 flagship smartphone has proven to be a highly desirable handset for many fans of the Android platform, and is certainly giving Samsung something to think about. Now today we have an LG G3 design that would certainly take on the Samsung Galaxy S5 next year.

Many of our readers like the concept phone ideas that we sometimes have and the image that you can see on this page is the work of designer Rixxan Z, which is the designers vision of what could be the LG G3 flagship smartphone next year.

As you can see the handset has a 5.5-inch Full HD edge to edge touchscreen display with a choice of 16GB or 32GB of on board storage. Under the hood is an Octa core processor that is paired with 3GB of RAM, and you would have thought running at least the Android 4.4 KitKat operating system.

On the rear of the handset we have a 16-megapixel camera that is paired with a 3-megapixel front facing shooter. Supplying the juice is a non removable 4,000 mAh battery unit that is packaged into an attractive looking form factor.

While this is only a concept phone idea both LG and Samsung will be hard at work developing new products for next year as they attempt to raise the bar further in terms of specs and design for the Galaxy S5 and LG G3.

We have already heard rumours of the Galaxy S5 that have included an earlier release, with specs supposedly going to include a 64-bit true Octa core processor along with some more premium materials.

Are you going to wait until next year before purchasing a new smartphone?

Source: Concept Phones.

LG G3 design looks to take on Galaxy S5

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  • rebirthofcool

    hope that LG steamroll their own innovations in their smartphones i.e. back buttons, camera ois, 24bit audio, thin bezels etc to put more value to their brand while needing (to fully commit) updating OS versions across their handset models to maintain customer loyalty

  • Harmeet Buttar

    I wish it is a good phone with good graphics speed and sound

  • LG micro sd

    LG misten me

    Put same design that LG G2 with buttons like Gs4
    with 32go and micro sd up 64 go i m in France and no micro sd so forced to buy GN3
    Waterproof
    Radio fm
    Das max 0.5
    Max 135 gammes
    41 mp
    Lcd screen cause no yellow tint
    Max 1 cm
    3300mah min

    And i leave Samsung

  • Jamie Ball

    It’s about time that LG but back the “Good” in their name. The LG G2 is phenomenal! As a previous Galaxy Note owner, I was going to buy the HTC One when I saw the LG G2. I passed it without even acknowledging it, just because I saw “LG”. Then, I went back and looked at the specs. I was blown away because the price was the same as the much older Lumia 925, with specs of the S4 and a benchmark rating that blows EVERY phone on the market away. I’m excited to see how Samsung responds, and what plans LG has for the G3

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