Whenever a new smartphone is closing in to the finish line, the majority of leaks and rumors surrounding its hardware specifications are starting to confirm one another, giving us a clearer view on what we might expect. However, this is more of a rule of thumb, and there are exceptions to be found. In the case of the upcoming LG G3, the situation is still a bit fuzzy, as there seem to be two main configurations for the said device.
Initially, the LG G3 was rumored to hit the shelves boasting 3 GB of RAM, a 13 MP main camera and a screen resolution of 1440 x 2560. Mind you, these specifications have been revealed in a Sprint UA Profile, so there’s some weight to them.
But to make things more confusing, not too long ago we’ve spotted a couple of LG G3 variants in AnTuTu, each boasting slightly different hardware specifications. The LG G3, as we know it, packed, according to AnTuTu, 2 GB of RAM, 16 GB of ROM and a 13 MP main camera. Now, Sprint’s UA Profile got revised, and we’re seeing some hardware changes in there as well.
LG G3 Specs Get Revised in Sprint UA Profile
Based on the latest information found in Sprint’s UAProf file for the LG-LS990, the LG G3 now packs 2 GB of RAM, a 16 MP main camera complemented by a 2.4 MP secondary sensor, and 32 GB of internal storage. The handset appears to boast a display resolution of 1440 x 2560, and as yet, the G3 seems to run on a Snapdragon 800 MSM8974 SoC. We’re guessing (or hoping) that the Korean giant will bump up the CPU to a newer SD model by the time the smartphone will be ready to hit the shelves.
NOTE: The guys from MyLGPhones are suggesting that this doesn’t mean that the LG G3 will feature a Snapdragon 800 SoC, but that LG/Sprint are merely developing the smartphone’s software on this kind of System-on-a-Chip.
The bottom line is that LG appears to be experimenting with numerous hardware configurations for the G3, and if LG hasn’t yet decided what to do with the device, then it’s impossible for us to know the exact hardware specifications of the upcoming flagship phone. Regardless, we’ll continue to keep an eye out, and hopefully LG will soon make up its mind and deliver the best possible configuration. Stay tuned and we’ll keep you posted.