We’ve seen it pictured in a protective case, as well as with no obstructions from the back, we’ve heard infinite rumors vis-à-vis its specifications, particularly the screen resolution, and approximate launch timeframe, and now we’re ready to start filling in a few blanks.
Namely, LG G3’s ETA. As speculated, the formal introduction should take place by the end of May, with a subsequent commercial launch lined up for June. When in June? Hard to say, but since mass production has reportedly started already, I’d presume early in June.
Meanwhile, be sure to circle the May 27 date in your calendars. That’s when we bet the G3 is to break cover, along with the G Watch. Well, technically, the OEM’s first Android Wear-based wearable is official. But there are still things left to be detailed, including some hardware specifics and pricing.
Interestingly, LG is to hold multiple press events on the 27th, in diverse locations like New York, San Francisco and London. A day later, it’ll be Singapore, Seoul and Istanbul’s turn to meet the G3/G Watch duo, so obviously, the Koreans trust the hell out of their future flagship phone.
Which they totally should, as long as it comes with a Quad HD display in tow, razor-thin bezels, quad-core Snapdragon 805 processor, 3 GB RAM, 16 MP OIS camera and fingerprint recognition. By the by, LG expects G3 sales to hit at least 10 million units this year. Bold, huh?