So, is there will be any huge difference between this and the SD 801, in the performance i mean? Aside from the connectivity speed.
Android Man, 11 Jul 2014certainly wont make the UK. so i wont drool over this or S5 prime. wait the uk gets 5G then we... moreThey aren't really that far into the future, it's just much more simple to roll out a network like that there compared to other countries/regions due to the sheer size difference.
The USA is roughly 9,414,000 square km, not including water.
Europe is roughly 9,938,000 square km.
South Korea is a mere 99,000 square km.
certainly wont make the UK. so i wont drool over this or S5 prime. wait the uk gets 5G then we might see it. but Samsung might be Galaxy S7 by then. Korea i envy you. you just so far in the future its awesome.
Absolutely true that it comes as an answer to the Samsung Galaxy S5 LTE-A. and/but I hope that it will be available globally as soon as possible! And okay except the S 805 everything stills the same, but it's quite fine, and because in general it is at parallel level with the Galaxy S5 Korean version. But 1 thing that at least I hope more, is, that it will be 3GB RAM / 32GB internal storage as a standard! !!!!!
Manhatten, 11 Jul 2014Good job LG, but u are still on G2`s little bit modified camera? theres not time to new one?G2 uses IMX135 and G3 uses IMX214.
Very unlikely this will move out of South Korea, since no other country has networks with support for Cat 6 (most are running tests and experiments but far from operational)
So, when Samsung was making many S4 variants it was a bad thing, they were cheating the customer but when LG or any other company is doing this it is ok? Something is not right here... But that's the story when you are the biggest phones manufacturer. Haters gonna hate!
Good job LG, but u are still on G2`s little bit modified camera? theres not time to new one?