The much anticipated LG G3 snapshots have once again surfaced online ahead of its official launch on 27 May.
Prolific Twitter spy, @evleaks has released a press-render of the forthcoming LG G3 revealing that the mystery black sensor spotted at main's camera left side to be laser-based auto-focus sensor.
Mystery G3 sensor? Laser auto focus.
— @evleaks (@evleaks) May 15, 2014
Though @evleaks has pretty good track record of predicting un-released devices, it's too early to presume that LG would boast this kind of high-end camera feature, which are usually found in expensive cameras as 'Hologram Auto-Focus Laser', camera's assist lamp projects visible light or IR (infrared) light on to the subject, which the camera's autofocus system uses to achieve focus in low-light/low-contrast conditions. [To view the pictures of LG G3, click here]
If the rumor does turn out to be true, LG's G3 will truly give rivals a run for their money. LG is placed fifth in the global smartphone market share chart, while its South Korean counterpart, Samsung and Apple top the list, according to market watch dog, IDC (International Data Corporation).
LG G3 is expected to boast 5.5-inch 2K (2560x1440p) resolution display, latest Android KitKat OS with simple LG UI, Snapdragon 805 series processor, 3GB RAM, a 13.0-megapixel with OIS (Optical Image Stabilizations), 2.1-megapixel front camera and value added attributes such as fingerprint sensor-based biometric technology for secured screen locking and water-proof certifications.
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LG has confirmed to host multi-venue launches for G3 in six cities - London, New York, San Francisco on 27 May and the following day at Singapore, Istanbul and in the home market Seoul, South Korea.