LG unveils the LG G3 A for release in Korea
LG expands its G3 cell phone line with the G3 A, a lesser version of the 5.5 inch G3. The G3 A is expected to launch in Korea with a 5.2 inch 1080P HD display, rather than the 5.5 QHD display in the G3. It is also slated to arrive with last year’s powerhouse 2.3GHz Snapdragon 800 processor, which was used in the G2, 2GB of RAM for the 16GB version, and 3GB of RAM for the 32GB model. Unlike the G3, the G3A will not come with removable storage (the G2 also lacked external storage) which is a must have for some users who store vast amounts of photos, music, and videos. Only two colors have been announced for the G3 A which is black and white. Unlike the G2, the G3 A will come with a 13-megapixel camera with laser auto-focus which happens to be one of the best upgrades on the G3.
This is now the third G3 to be released this year with the fourth supposedly on the way with the G3 Stylus.
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