Is releasing a slightly better device shortly after your flagship a thing now? I mean, the LG G3 was just announced over a month ago…? Well, I guess it has to keep up with the trend after Samsung released the Galaxy S5 LTE-A. Well, today, the newest G made a debut, the LG G3 Cat.6.
So, what is the deal with “Cat.6?” Well, that just means it is LTE supported. Wait, what? Doesn’t the G3 Korean model already supporting LTE-A? Well, this is a slower CAT 4 speed, and in the network that it works with more advance protocol, this variant can go up the speed as fast as 225Mb/s. The new bandwidth and radio compatibility made possible by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 processor, a slightly better version of the one that is running on the G3 (original). Beside that, there is no real difference between the newer one and the original G3, and no, the display also did not get the upgrade.
Now, there is no need to get mad, if you are in this place called “Anywhere outside South Korea-except North Korea,” you won’t get your hand on it, it is only in the South Korea market. And even so, the Snapdragon 801 and 805 is marginally different, you won’t see a drastically better result in this new device.
Source: LG (Google Translate)