LG G3 could even be unveiled at next months MWC in Barcelona.
The LG G2 only landed in September, but it looks like its successor could touchdown on May 17th. At least according information originating from Korea the LG G3 will land in stores in May and will have an even larger 5.5 inch display running at a 2560 x 1440 (534ppi) QHD resolution.
They also added that the new smartphone could be unveiled at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona, which begins on February 24th.
Very little else is known about the LG G3, but you can be sure it'll come pre-loaded with Android KitKat and have a faster processor. While, it's likely to retain the innovative - but divisive - rear-facing volume rocker that debuted on its predecessor.
We've got high hopes for LG's new flagship because LG's 5.2-inch G2 (pictured above) was one of the best Android smartphones released in 2013 thanks to its stunning display, top-end spec and excellent camera.
Our review of the LG G2 concluded that "The LG G2 is probably the best phone on the planet right now." And the smartphone recently got even more desirable after its SIM-free price was reduced to just £349.99.
As soon as 3G.co.uk hear more about the upcoming LG G3 you'll be the first to know.
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