Several reports originating from South Korea are indicating that LG is working on its next flagship, called LG G3, the successor of current flagship LG G2, which would be launched in second half next year. According to the report of ZDNews, the LG G3 will be powered by LG’s own developed Octa-core chipset, 16MP camera and QHD display bearing 2560x1440p resolution.
There is no official confirmation on the report as of now, but if this is true, the company seem to be preparing well to compete with upcoming Samsung Galaxy S5 which is also reported to feature QHD display, 16MP shooter and its own Exynos octa-core processor, with its own octa-core processor powered LG G3.
Not much details are available at this point, but we might see latest Android version, at least 2GB of RAM and a display having size of at least 5.5-inch, in LG G3.
ZDNet further adds that we might see a prototype unit running on LG-made octa-core processor at next year’s Mobile World Congress trade event.