We thought we knew everything about the LG G3, and even compiled it all in one place. That may not be the case, however — new material allegedly from an LG server tells us that the company has possibly been working with Harman Kardon. Could they be working to release a Harman Kardon edition of the phone?
The image, brought to us by TK Tech News, shares that “joint development” on the G3 may have occurred between LG and Harman Kardon. The text is cut off (and translated from Korean), so it is difficult to say what exactly the point is. However, there are two references to a “Bluetooth stereo headset”.
If you can remember, the HTC One M8 Harman Kardon edition came with a special pair of earbuds, designed to offer great quality sound when coupled with the software enhancements on the device. We are thinking that a similar deal may be in place for the G3, or a special variant (we just hope that, if this is the case, it won’t be exclusive to Sprint this time around). We are leaning toward there being a special variant, as that is what the leaker mentions in one of his Instagram posts.
The image of the “Bluetooth stereo headset” itself is pretty regular, and you can make out the LG and Harman Kardon logos fairly easily. It is embedded right down below, along with the images of the alleged LG site in both Korean and (translated) English.
Update: This Bluetooth headset is actually the Tone Infinim, which LG previously announced as a collaboration with Harman Kardon. This headset is optimized for the software features found on the G3, so there likely will not be a Harman Kardon edition G3.