Not too long ago, LG released their flagship device for the year in the form of LG G3. The device packs top-of-the-line specifications, but it seems people were expecting a little more. Despite its QHD display, rumors hinted that it will come with a Snapdragon 805 SoC, but that never happened. However, it doesn’t mean it will not.
Recently, Samsung released the LTE-A version of their Galaxy S5, which came with a Snapdragon 805 processor and a QHD display on board. Unfortunately, the handset is only for South Korea, and the company did mention they have no plans to bring it to international markets any time soon. It seems LG may have some similar plans. Recently, the alleged LG G3 Prime made an unexpected appearance at the Bluetooth SIG, and was certified.
The handset in question comes with a LG-F460S model number, which reportedly belongs to the LG G3. This is not the first time we came across this model number, it was also spotted in an Android .prop file a few weeks back with a similar model number LG-F460L, carrying Snapdragon 805 with Adreno 420 GPU. It seems LG is gearing up to launch a better version of the LG G3 on two Korean carriers — LG U+ and SK Telecom.
Well, it seems it won’t be long before LG announces the alleged LG G3 Prime, but we doubt if it will make an appearance in the international markets. But, let’s just think positive, and hope it does. We’ll update you as soon as we come across any other information.