Washington: As LG is eyeing to unveil its flagship smartphone LG G3, now new report reveals the monster specs of the device.
According to MyLGPhones.com the arrival of the LG G3 on Sprint and confirms a bevy of specs in the process.
Those details come courtesy of a user agent profile (better known as UAProf), an XML file format typically found with an RDF extension that outlines the capabilities of a mobile device.
One such UAPro has turned up on Sprint’s own website and lines up nicely against already reported specs for the LG G3, even though the handset in question appears to go by another name entirely.
Sprint’s UAProf for the device refers to the smartphone as LG LS990, but a bit of detective work looks to reveal this is as none other than the G3.
The handset should launch with Google’s latest Android 4.4.2 KitKat, a 2.3GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 (MSM8974) processor and a 5.5-inch QHD screen. Display resolutions hits a whopping 1440 x 2560.
This big-screen beast claims to have an enormous 3GB of RAM onboard, and another 32GB for onboard storage, which is capable of being expanded with up to 64GB more by way of micro-SD card.
In other words, it may have more than enough room to store your high-res photos and videos.
The LG G3 is rumored to launch on May 17, meaning Sprint subscribers may not have to wait very long to wrap their mitts around the manufacturer’s latest slab of plastic and glass.