LG reveals LG G3 Beat and LG G3 Stylus in quirky, Wes Anderson inspired video
LG has revealed both smaller and larger versions of its latest flagship, the LG G3. The smallest of the trio, G3 Beat is a mid-tier phone with a 5-inch display.
By Alex Choros
LG has revealed both smaller and larger versions of its latest flagship, the LG G3. The smallest of the trio, G3 Beat is a mid-tier phone with a 5-inch display. The G3 Beat will feature a gigabyte of RAM, 8 gigabytes of storage and a similar Snapdragon quad-core processor to that found in the Kogan Agora 4G. In addition, the device will boast 4G connectivity, an 8 megapixel camera and Laser Autofocus.
Unfortunately, the G3 Beat won't look quite as sharper as it's bigger brother; the included display is only 720p, four times smaller (in terms of pixel density) than the G3's. No word has been given on Australian pricing or release date.
While the G3 Stylus has not yet been announced, it was revealed (perhaps unintentionally) at the end of a quirky, Wes Anderson inspired video promoting the G3 Beat. Other than the G3 Stylus' support for a stylus, not much is known about the device. It is expected that the phablet will have either a 5.7-inch screen, matching the Samsung Galaxy Note 4, or a 5.9-inch display, eclipsing it. The video can be watched below.
Source: LG Newsroom