LG G3 listing spotted early on OEM’s Dutch site


As should be abundantly clear by this point, LG’s pending official launch of the G3 in a matter of hours isn’t doing one iota to stem the flow of leaks, and already today we’ve looked at renders, new QuickCircle shots, and dummy units. As it turns out, there have also been new developments coming from LG itself, and another of the manufacturer’s regional sites has shed some premature light on the G3.

Unlike the info that came from LG UK over the weekend, this time we’re looking at the company’s setup in the Netherlands, with a Dutch G3 beta page going live just a bit early. LG has corrected the oversight and taken the content back down, but not before some fellow smartphone fans could grab a few screenshots and detail the information revealed within.

So, anything there of note? Well, we see new support for the idea of the phone getting 2GB of RAM, as opposed to the 3GB that’s been occasionally mentioned (including in one official presentation). We’re still not to the point of confirmation, but it’s looking increasingly likely here that the phone might arrive in two separate memory configurations (though with our luck, not simultaneously available in the same markets). Similarly, here we see a 16GB base storage option, versus the 32GB that emerged separately. Neither one of those are big enough let-downs to really temper our enthusiasm for the handset, but neither is particularly great to see, all the same.

Check in with us tomorrow morning for full details on LG’s G3 launch as they emerge.

Source: LG NL (page down)
Via: phoneArena

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