Vodafone is the latest network to confirm that the LG G3 will be a part of its smartphone lineup though it has failed to confirm just when it will actually start sending the phone out.
The new LG flagship handset showed up on the company’s “Coming Soon” page on the Vodafone Social site and the network provider is also bringing the previous top-of-the-range G2 to the network.
LG unveiled its G3 late last month and confirmed at the time that the UK release date is 1 July, which should mean that Vodafone starts to offer the device at some point in the next few weeks.
Vodafone’s announcement comes around a fortnight after Three, O2 and the Carphone Warehouse confirmed they will be stocking the smartphone with preorders live at the latter outlet.
LG’s G3 comes with a crisp 5.5in display that has a resolution of 2,560 x 1,440 and a pixel density of 538ppi that will have Android fans salivating at its Quad HD capabilities.
Inside the smartphone’s shiny shell there is a Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 quad-core processor clocked at 2.5GHz with 32GB or 16GB of onboard storage with the respective models boasting 3GB and 2GB of RAM. Camera-wise it has a 13-megapixel snapper on the back and a 2.1-megapixel lens on the front-side
The G2, meanwhile, came out towards the end of last year with Three and O2 both offering the smartphone shortly after its launch in August 2013. It represented the first time LG decided to put the volume and power buttons on the back of the phone and comes with an impressive set of features that saw it earn a 4.5 stars out of five rating in ITProPortal.com’s review.
The two LG handsets join the Motorola Moto E and Nokia Lumia 930 on Vodafone’s coming soon lineup and the company reminds customers to keep checking back on the page as once the handset disappear it will be on sale soon after.