Apr 14 AT 3:38 PM Dima Aryeh 17 Comments

LG G3 to feature a 2560×1440 display, according to photo of benchmark

LG G3 resolution

The two biggest Android flagships of the year have been released and are now battling it out for the title of top Android smartphone of 2014. That doesn’t mean they are the only ones that’ll be fighting for that crown, though, as there are a few other players that haven’t released devices yet. Two examples are the OnePlus One, which will be announced in a little over a week, and LG’s G3 flagship.

Thanks to a new photo of a benchmark running on what is claimed to be an LG G3, we now know a few new details about that upcoming device. The GPU is listed as an Adreno 330, meaning the processor is a Snapdragon 801. Considering that the device is coming out so late and that the Snapdragon 805 will be available soon, LG sure is cutting it close. The second piece of info is more interesting though: It claims that the G3′s display resolution is 2560×1440.

Yes, we’re finally going to see a WQHD display in a high-profile device! Though many of our commenters aren’t excited for such a display because of concerns related to performance and battery life, it’s still quite exciting. LG has confirmed that its next smartphone will have a WQHD display, so it’s likely that that will be the G3.

Unfortunately, not many other details of the LG G3 were given. The bezels are seemingly bigger than the G2′s, which seems to be a trend among flagships this year. I hate big bezels, so this is a bit disappointing. Still, it’s great seeing a new display being used for the G3. Are you excited for LG’s next flagship? Leave a comment!

Via: Droid-Life

Source: Ubergizmo

Dima Aryeh is a Russian obsessed with all things tech. He does photography, is an avid phone modder (who uses an AT&T Galaxy Note II), a heavy gamer (both PC and 360), and an aspiring home mechanic. He is also an avid fan of music, especially power metal.

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