LG G3 benchmarks appear to show two models incoming
As you would expect as we closer to a new smartphone arriving officially more leaks and speculation about the device emerge, and that can certainly be said about the LG G3 as some benchmarks appear to show that there could be two models of the device incoming.
Yesterday we heard about the possibility that the LG G3 would be released in July, but now a new report of some supposed benchmarks for the device is possibly indicating that two versions of the LG G3 could be made available.
Some AnTuTu benchmarks have appeared with one confirming what we have already heard that includes a 2K resolution display powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 processor with 2GB of RAM.
But another version of the LG G3 has possibly appeared that shows the device with only a Full HD display powered by the same processor, but strangely this device has 3GB of RAM. This makes you wonder about the authenticity of the source as a lower resolution display wouldn’t normally need more RAM.
If this does prove to be accurate it will be a similar situation we have seen with the Oppo Find 7 that will be available in both QHD and Full HD versions.
Do you think that the LG G3 will come in two versions?