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LG G Flex 3 Rumored Specs Begin To Surface

July 28, 2015 - Written By John Anon

While all the talk this morning have been of the latest offerings from Motorola, The Moto X Style, Moto X Play, Moto X Pure Edition and Moto G, that has not stopped the rumors on upcoming devices surfacing this morning. In fact, one of the latest rumored ‘leaks’ doing the rounds is for a device which is not scheduled to make an appearance until the final month of the first quarter of 2016. That is quite some time away from now and as such, how much this rumor can be taken as authentic remains to be seen. That said, here are the details emerging about the specs for the next-gen LG G Flex.

The LG G Flex 3 is being reported to come sporting a 6-inch display which will offer a QHD (2560 x 1440) resolution. On the inside, the latest rumors suggests the G Flex 3 will come sporting Qualcomm’s next gen processor, the Snapdragon 820. RAM will be 4GB and the internal storage on offer will be 32GB along with a microSD card slot for additional storage. Cameras reported to be on offer will include a 20.7-megapixel rear camera which is coupled with an 8-megapixel front facing camera. There is also reports that the G Flex 3 will come sporting a fingerprint scanner in the home button. Of course, the big talking point here is likely to be the inclusion of the Snapdragon 820. This is the follow-on processor to the highly controversial Snapdragon 810 (which the LG G Flex 2 currently uses) and the timeframe would seem to suggest that it is possible the 820 will be on board.

Of course and as mentioned, it is quite some time until the G Flex 3 is expected to be released and there is already high expectations of another “Super Premium” flagship device to come from LG long before the G Flex 3 sees its release. As such, the specs being touted are likely to see some debate over the coming months. That said, if you were interested to know what might be on the agenda for the LG G Flex 3, then these seem to be the specs being rumored. At least, for now.