this will be a mid rang smartphone variant of the g4 not the high end model i cant think this is the the g4 high end smartphone
Anonymous, 30 Mar 2015note 3 neo supports 10 finger points but these only 5 When will you ever use 5 fingers at a time? Needless to say 10. Some of you are nothing more but spec junkies with zero sense of usability.
P.S. It also states "At least" 5 ;-)
manhattan 10fps...u must be kidding
my one year old snapdragon 800 phone can run it at 22-25fps
i dont trust in that image...those specs atleast the screen, the RAM and storage it was right! Processor...i doubt because the G4 is top of line, the G Flex 2 was not so, make no sense put less power processor in G4, i hope LG fixed the bugs on its in-house Nuclum and they will present in G4! LG we need better processor, and what not about have 4GB of RAM? G4 = 4GB RAM! Lets wait for it...LG YOU R THE BEST...but, i dont forgive you for the late G2 Mini update, im still waiting!
Smart move by LG. But they should really improve their Battery life on this flagship.
LG G3 sucked in this department. If LG can manage a decent battery life with the correct pricing, I think SD808 will not be a issue to anyone.
It was most likely to avoid the overheating problems the Snapdragon 810 has.
The 808 might actually be faster if it doesn't have the throttling issues the 810 has.
I think it's a good move, they probably want to avoid the flak that HTC is getting right now with the M9.
Anonymous, 30 Mar 2015note 3 neo supports 10 finger points but these only 5 keyword being at least
Yay, I've been waiting for a Snapdragon 808 phone to appear, looks like this could be it. Hoping others will follow. 808 is more than enough for my needs and then some. Bring it! :)
MSM8974, 30 Mar 2015Something's not right here.......Either a G4 variant, or they are intentionally lowering specs to make way for LG's better flagship that has been heavily rumored.
MSM8974, 30 Mar 2015Something's not right here.......if there is no overheating issue, then SD808 is fine