Well, it is quite obvious that from now on, just like Samsung, LG will make as much variant for its flagship as possible. Now, the G3 is a great phone, I had some hand-on time with it, and it was awesome, and I can see why LG would like to keep the trend. Also, look at Samsung, they’re doing so great with the same strategy. So here you go, another variant of the G3, say hello to the G3’s youngest member, the LG G3 A.
The handset is kind of in a middle of the LG G3 Beat and the original G3, while the Beat has 5-inch display and G3 has a 5.5-inch display, the G3 A has a 5.2-inch 1080p display. The rest of the specification is quite in the middle range between these two phones as well. The device sports a Snapdragon 800 SoC, 2GB of RAM, and the same 13MP camera with Laser Autofocus. All of these are powered by a 2,60 mAh battery.
Now, I know what you’re thinking, “isn’t this is the same as the G2?” Well, you are not wrong, LG is asking you to pay $680 for this South Korea market phone that is indeed a G2 in the G3 design and camera. So, anyone is getting one?
Source: LG (Google Translate)