LG G3 will be launched in the South Korean market and globally on 27th May, but we have a listing of the smartphone in a Korean website, which shows some lights on the price and specifications of LG G3. The news was made official by LG U+, a carrier that operates in South Korea under LG itself. According to the U+ website, LG G3 modeled under the number of F400L will be priced at approximately about $635 which is approximately about 650000 South Korean Won.
South Korean carrier Company U+ (U Plus) which operates under LG itself holds the exclusive rights of marketing the mobile phone in the nation. By looking at the sales page released by LG U+, we can expect that the South Korean model of LG G3 will have almost identical specifications as the model released in the United States.
To speak of the exact specifications that will be entering the South Korean sphere, LG G3 will have a Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 processor chipset with 3 GB LPDDR3 RAM to its support. LG G3 device will be sporting a 5.5 inches IPS QHD display with the lenses ranging up to 13 MP. The only feature about LG G3 that has a mystery about it is in relation to the weight of the device. We have seen new teaser videos launched by LG Korea, which also confirms these specifications except the processor and RAM.
Other specifications the listing shows are, 32 GB of internal storage space, 2.1MP front camera with enhanced selfie mode, micro SD slot, 146.3 x 74.6 x 8.9 mm dimension, Adreno 330 GPU, 3,000mAh removable battery and unsurprisingly, Android 4.4 KitKat.
There are 3 color options available for LG G3 F400L in South Korea – White, Titan and Gold.
We are already aware of the fact that LG G3 will be sporting a cool case cover and a wireless charging device with it. Just a few days ahead of the official launch of LG G3, LG is all geared to set up a good market for this high-end smartphone in South Korea. Will you wait for the launch and then reviews before planning to go for a smartphone?