So we have official words and announcements for all four major U.S. wireless carriers about their plans to pick up and sell the LG G3. But what about carriers outside the U.S.? At least two carriers and one retailer in the U.K. have announced their plans to sell LG's newest flagship device that was just announced earlier this morning. U.K. retailer Carphone Warehouse along with U.K. carriers Three and O2 will be carrying this phone sometime in the near future, let your speculations begin as to when. The device brings in some pretty nice upgrades like a larger percentage of screen to phone ratio on the front face, raising the screen ratio to 76.4% this time around from the screen ratio on last years LG G2.
It also of course brings about what I personally think is one of the coolest features, the Laser Auto Focus to help judge the depth between the phone itself and what you're taking a picture of. This will help users take crisper looking photos and help the camera focus faster on the subject making for an overall better picture. It also sports the large 5.5-inch quad HD display with 2K resolution, and thanks to the largest available screen ratio of any device, the bezels are super slim which we know people always love. Right now there isn't any mention from any of the carriers as to what the exact launch date for the LG G3 will be, but the release isn't too far off we assure you. O2 is listing that they will be ready to unload devices onto consumers in the early part of July, which could also be around the same time for release of the LG G Watch, which was pictured sitting next to the LG G3 in an image on screen at the announcement this morning in London.
So far Three hasn't mentioned when they will be carrying their model and selling it, or how much it will cost for either variant, but they did get their hands on an early review unit which they were kind enough to preview and upload their recording of. You can check out the findings and few bits of details from Three in the video below.