At this rate, we wouldn’t be surprised to know everything about the LG G3 by tomorrow. According to specs for the D855 model found on LG’s U.K. site, we now know that the G3 could feature 2 terabytes worth of microSD card expansion.

As comparison, the HTC One M8 and Samsung Galaxy S5 both offer up to 128GB of expansion, and even this storage size is relatively new. Heck, you probably can’t even get your hands on a 2TB microSD card — from a quick glance at Amazon, it looks like the site doesn’t have any of these on hand.

Apart from this, there are a couple things we hypothesized about in our rumor roundup from earlier today are looking even more likely. The unit listed on LG’s site shows 2GB of RAM and 16GB of memory, while the leaked slides from Korea we saw earlier suggested 3GB / 32GB. So, it looks like there definitely could be two variants of the device.

As always, if anything else of interest comes up between now and the announcement of the G3, we will be sure to let you know.

Source: LG U.K. (PDF)
Via: Phone Arena, Mobilissimo

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