LG G3 compared in size to HTC One (M8) ahead of launch

LG G3 compared in size to HTC One (M8) ahead of launch

It’s been kind of hard to keep up with all LG G3’s leaks lately, the closer the release date gets the more leaks came to us.

We’ve seen how the device will look already and this time we have it compared to HTC One (M8) in size, at least to some degree, we can see the width of LG G3 compared to HTC’s flagship in the picture above. It seems noticeably wider than HTC One (M8), thanks to its rumored 5.5″ screen we believe, despite those thin bezels. On the picture below you can clearly see the back of the device along with what is leaked to be a laser autofocus sensor which should improve focus speed and be more accurate while doing that.

lg g3 vs htc one m8 comparison leak_1

LG G3 announcement is due tomorrow, May 27 and these are the rumored specifications. Do you think LG G3 will be too big?
SOURCE: PhoneArena

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  1. Raqua
    May 27, 06:12 Reply

    Yes, G3 is too big. As well as other flagships this year. I currently have Nexus 5 and that is already too big phone. I won’t get anything bigger as my next phone.

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