LG G3 could come with fingerprint sensor and smartwatch companion
LG is expected to announce their new flagship G3 smartphone at the Mobile World Congress in February, and rumored specs are beginning to roll in. The Korea Herald offers the inside scoop this time around, with the details ranging from the device's actual hardware to possible companion devices.
To start things off, the publication indicates that the G3 will feature a Quad HD display with a resolution of 2560x1440 pixels powered by the company's very own 2.2GHz, octa-core "Odin" processor and Android 4.4 KitKat. The G3 also takes a cue from Apple's iPhone 5S, with a fingerprint sensor reportedly included, though it could be of the "swipe" type rather than Apple's "area" sensor.
While the G3 is poised to pack quite a punch on the inside, LG is also working on a pair of wearable accessories, the G-Arch smartwatch and the G-Health fitness band. Both devices should integrate seamlessly with the G3, but it is unknown what features will be included and if any other devices will also be supported.
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