LG will host a global media event on 27 May, where it is expected to announce its latest flagship smartphones, the G3.
Invitations have been sent out to media around the world, inviting them to simultaneous events taking place in London, New York, San Francisco, Singapore, Istanbul and Seoul.
The invitations include the quote “to be simple is to be great” by American writer and poet, Ralph Waldo Emerson. The G of ‘great’ is stylised to look like the G in LG’s marketing for its current flagship, the G2.
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A photograph leaked last week claims to show the rear of the G3, which features the screen lock and volume buttons in the same place as on the G2, but with a slightly tweaked appearance. The photo also shows a mystery sensor next to the camera, believed to be either a heart rate monitor or a fingerprint scanner.
Other expectations for the LG G3 include a 5.5-inch Quad HD display with a resolution of 2560 x 1440, producing a massive pixel density of 534 per inch, more than any other phone or tablet currently on sale
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LG said earlier this week that the G3 would launch in the second quarter of the year (spanning from April to the end of June) in its first-quarter financial results.