As you may know, LG is getting ready to reveal its new flagship handset later today – but there won't be too much in the way of revelations on the tech spec front, seeing as there's been much leakage to date.
And on top of the flood of details we've seen from the rumour mill, the Dutch arm of LG actually managed to leak the official spec early (which was spotted by GSM Arena), accidentally putting up a web page which listed the features and hardware of the G3 (before swiftly pulling it down).
However, most of this info is nothing new, and just confirms all the previous leakage.
The official specs of the G3 are a 5.5in display with a 2560 x 1440 resolution (that's 530 ppi for anyone who's pixel counting – a hell of a sharp screen), a 2.5GHz quad-core processor, 2GB of RAM and a 13 megapixel camera (with optical image stabilisation).
The site also showed that the G3 will have a 3,000mAh battery (slightly less than the previously rumoured 3,200mAh affair we'd heard about), and the phone will apparently have a microSD slot for memory expansion.
The official details didn't mention whether the CPU was the Snapdragon 801 or 805, but it's widely expected to be the former.
Anyway, not long to wait now.
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