LG just announced the LG G3. It's a pretty beastly smartphone and is aiming to take on the likes of the Samsung Galaxy S5, HTC One M8, and the upcoming Moto X+1. The LG G3 has some pretty amazing specs along with it's 2560x1440 resolution display. It did bring the rear-facing keys back again. We've also got an improved rear camera that is the same megapixel count as last years, but has laser auto-focus for getting quick shots in low-light situations. We also have OIS+ on the LG G3 now, which first showed it's face on the LG G Pro 2 earlier this year. There are also two versions, the 16GB version will have 2GB of RAM, while the 32GB version has 3GB of RAM. And if last year tells us anything, we'll be seeing the 32GB version here, as the LG G2 was only available in 32GB version in the US.
LG has announced that the G3 will be available on all four major carriers. That'd be AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon. Although we haven't seen official word form the carriers yet, that should be coming at any time now. As soon as we learn more about when the carriers are releasing their variants of the LG G3 and the pricing we'll be sure to let you know. Although it's pretty likely that it'll be $199 on contract and around $0 down and $20-25/month on AT&T Next, T-Mobile JUMP, Verizon EDGE and Sprint Easy Pay.
Sprint has already announced that they will have the exclusive on the Gold version, and T-Mobile announced a contest that will give a lucky winner a free LG G3 and it runs now through June 29th.
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