Sony, Samsung, and HTC have all unveiled their frontrunners and all that’s left from the big Android manufacturers is LG. The South Korean company has already confirmed that the soon-to-be-released LG G3 will in fact come with 2K display, but a benchmark photo shows the display to have 640dpi which is a bit unbelievable.
The benchmarked smartphone above was reported 99.99% to be the LG G3, and it shows that the device will be running on Adreno 330 GPU side-by-side a Qualcomm processor so it’s just logical to assume it will be a Snapdragon 801. Partner those with its WQHD screen display and we have a flagship phone in our hands.
The thing that caught our attention, though, is that it has 640dpi which doesn’t makes sense if the device is 5.5 inches as expected. For a display to have 640dpi with 2560 x 1440 screen resolution, the screen size should be around 4.6 inches. Either this is a miscalculation or the display is really that small, but we’re going with the former on this one. For a 5.5-inch display, we’re looking at around 534 dots per inch.
For the arrival of the LG G3, release in June is still our best bet since a newer Snapdragon 805 processor is about to come in devices starting July.
Here’s a refreshed specs list that we could expect from the LG G3:
5.5-inch WQHD display @ 2560 x 1440 resolution
Snapdragon 801 quad-core processor
32GB storage (expandable to 64GB via microSD)
13MP rear and 2.1MP front cameras
GPS, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth
Android 4.4.2 KitKat