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LG G3 Teaser Videos features Design, Display and Camera

LG G3, the most awaited smartphone of the year from Korean electronics giant will be launched on May 27 and there were many rumors and speculation being weaved around the web. Now you can add a full stop to those rumors, at least some of those key speculations as we have some official revelations of the specifications through some TV commercial teaser videos.lg-g3-teaser

If you are at any mobile shop or online stores and planning to add a smartphone to cart, you will think twice before buying any other branded handsets other than LG’s G3, if you watch these videos, right now. The video will make you forget about its massiveness in size due to a large 5.5-inch screen to make you to buy one.


LG had previously released a teaser video, which reveals the design of the device and shows the curved backpanel, dual-LED flash, the same rear key from LG G2, brushed metal body and speaker grills. You can watch the teaser video below.

Now, LG Korea has released 3 more videos that gives us a glance on the design, display and camera of the upcoming smartphone, which are obviously the major areas where customers look into before purchasing. The video depicts the same handset in press renders that was leaked few days ago, but we can see the body, design and aesthetics of the LG G3 very closely through these videos, but you need to be quick or just pause, analyze and play!

While LG has made some negligible impact with its previous LG G2 smartphones, this new flagship is aiming to take on U.S. markets and we can expect G3 has the potential to conquer United States as well as other global markets. Beware Samsung and HTC, our LG 3 is coming.

According to these videos, we can see the brushed metal body similar to that of Samsung’s Galaxy S3, but we expect a premium metal material included in the body. If LG uses plastic in its 2014’s smartphone, it could end up lying in shelves or its factories.

Importantly, the teaser video shows that LG G3 smartphone will be boasting a high-res 2,560 x 1,440 QHD (Quad High Definition) display screen. Most of the rumors suggested the QHD display technology in LG’s upcoming smartphone and it’s proved to be true. The previous model LG G2 comes with 1080p full HD display.

Unsurprisingly, LG adds a 13-megapixel primary camera to the G3 flagship but the interesting part of the camera is the introduction of brand new laser autofocus technology.

In every video’s end, you can see a circle in front-side of the smartphone, which is nothing but the new feature of the handset that could be felt using the recently revealed QuickCircle case from LG. You needn’t to open the cover to do many important tasks such as receiving calls, texts and more.

LG G3 is rumored to feature a Quad-HD 5.5-inch display, 3GB RAM powered by a Snapdragon 801 or 805 processor, 13MP camera with Optical Image Stabilization (OIS) with 4K video recording support and a 3200 mAh battery. The back of the G3 will have a polycarbonate finish with buttons similar to G2 with an unibody build resulting in an non-removable battery. The will be improvements in the Optimus UI and knockcode with Android 4.4.2 KitKat.

Meanwhile, keep an eye on the LG G3 launch countdown on its official website.

We expect to see Google’s Android Wear OS-based LG’s G Watch smartwatch along with the smartphone on May 27. Stay tuned for more updates on this story and please post your valuable opinions in the comments form below. Watch the LG’s teaser videos featuring Design, Display and Camera of G3 in a playlist below.

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