LG G3, company’s next flagship, is shaping up to be pretty great phone. A latest report from PhoneArena reveals that it will be featuring a 5.5-inch QHD display (2560×1440) resolution and it have some ‘advanced personalization’ features or you can say context-aware, location-based recommendations and notifications to keep you ahead of everyone else. Prior to this, we’ve seen leaked screenshots of LG G3 in 2560×1440 pixels and @evleaks also confirmed the existence of QHD display.
With a 5.5-inch display, LG G3 will be kind of out of the smartphones territory and will fall into the phablets territory however who knows that the next batch of smartphones might all have this kind of display sizes. Anyway, LG G3 will have a pixel density of 534 PPI and it might be the first smartphone to have a QHD display if it comes out before the Oppo Find 7 which is also confirmed to have a QHD display.
Furthermore, its reported that LG G3 will be keep constantly learning from user’s usage patterns in order to offer more personalized recommendations and notifications. Google Now does a lot of that already however LG is expected to bring in their own software features in this regard. The G3’s user interface might also change and adopt to user’s habits and it might also give ideas to improve your productivity. Obviously, these are all just leaks and nothing is set in stone for now.
Nonetheless, the only piece of information that seems to be pretty much confirmed about the LG G3 is the existence of a 5.5-inch display with QHD resolution. Apart from being LG’s flagship phone, what really puts the G3 under the radar is that there are some rumors that the next Nexus phone might be based on it like the previous two. LG is expected to reveal the phone sometime mid-May.