While most of the OEMs are done with the launch of their flagship devices for 2014, but LG seems to be the only one left. The Korean OEM is rumored to be working on a new flagship device dubbed as LG G3, as well as the LG G Watch powered by Android Wear, but there’s no official word about their launch. Recently, the company started sending out invites to the media for an event on May 27th and 28th, which will take place simultaneously in London, New York City, and San Francisco, followed by Seoul, Singapore, and Istanbul the next day.
They didn’t provide any detail of what we could expect at the event, but there are quite a few possibilities. LG has already announced it’s working on the LG G Watch, powered by Google’s Android Wear platform. LG G3 is rumored to be the upcoming flagship device for the Korean OEM, and it was even acknowledged by the company in its quarterly report with an expected launch by the end of the second quarter.
If the phone is announced in late-May, it should hit retail June, aligning with all the rumors we’ve heard in the past few weeks. As for its rumored specifications, LG G3 is expected to come with 5.5-inch QHD display, quad-core Snapdragon 805 SoC with 2/3GB of RAM, 32GB storage with a microSD card slot, 13MP camera with OIS+, power/volume buttons on the back, and should come with Android 4.4.2 KitKat with a simple UI.
It’s just one moth away, we’ll update as soon as the smartphone is official.