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Details Begin to Leak on Reportedly Upcoming LG G3 Mini

Details of an upcoming G3 Mini (model number LG-D725) from LG, that is reportedly headed to AT&T, are making the rounds today. We still have yet to see any official details from LG for the flagship G3 smartphone, but leaked specs for a G3 Mini are certainly worth the hype. 

Documents leaked containing the codename B2 Mini (B2 is the codename for the full-size G3), indicate that the G3 Mini will come equipped with display featuring a resolution of 720 x 1280, but the screen size is unknown.

Along the backside of the device, an 8MP camera is featured, capable of shooting pictures with a max resolution of 3264 × 2248. According to the document, the device will come out of the box running Android 4.4.2 Kit Kat.

There is no doubt that we are a bit more excited to see the unveiling of the LG G3, especially if it features a look like this.

We will keep you posted as more information is made available.

Via: GSM Arena | My LG Phones
  • ravenofdoom

    There goes my hopes of an LG device smaller than 5.5″ (or whatever the hell ridiculous size the G3 will be), with a 1080p display and top-end specs.

  • Tyler

    Good grief…1080p is not even close to needed on a 4.5-4.7 inch display. Keep it 720p to maximize battery life and reduce costs. I would rather LG use a better 720p panel than a lower quality 1080p panel. Some of you guys need to realize that every application doesn’t need 1080p…

    • Charles Walker

      Having used both 720p and 1080p devices, you are absolutely right. Users have become way too carried away with specs.

      • ravenofdoom

        I’m not sure I agree. There’s a huge difference if you actually view media and content at 1080p and above resolution (e.g. streaming media from my local network, high def photographs). Or viewing web-pages in desktop mode zoomed out (e.g. droid-life, NYtimes, etc.). It is significantly crisper.

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  • joejoe5709

    This would have been a really great competitor to the Droid Mini and the Moto X, but I think it’s a little too late to the game. Even with a “smaller” 4.5-4.7″ screen I think we’re looking for something more than 720×1280. That said, it could be a decently powerful yet compact package if they throw in a Snapdragon 800, OIS in that camera, and keep the bezels to a minimum.

  • Mark

    How’s LG with updating their non-flagship phones?

  • sagisarius

    Look decent enough, they should make a new Nexus based off of one of those smaller phones.

  • usaff22

    Just saying – it’s 3264×2448, not 2248. It’s a typo in the GSMArena post if you look at the screenshot and what they wrote instead.

    • Rob

      I was wondering why a 7.3 MP photo would come from an 8 MP sensor. Thanks for the clarification.

  • Snowbo13

    I dont understand why we cant have a g3 “mini” with the same specs. different screen. Maybe call it the lgg3 for small hands. … Cant wait for the full size one though

  • eee

    So when HTC said they wanted to get into the mid-ranged market, they meant the M8 right?

    It has to be if the mid-ranged LG has a better camera.

    • Tyler Bowden

      Right.. Because the camera quality determines quality-range of the device.. /s

      • Cael

        Define the Moto G

        • Tyler Bowden

          Did you miss the /s at the end of my post..?

    • DoctorJB

      I can haz moar MegaPixles!

      • rawr

        That argument would work if the M8 had a good camera.

        It doesn’t.

    • joejoe5709

      So an Audi isn’t a luxury vehicle if it comes with anything less than a V8?

  • Guest

    More please!!!

  • Maxim∑

    Any android smartphone with the word “mini” in it is usual a disappointment

    • The Narrator

      Good thing it’s not meant for everybody.

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    • Derrick Jefferson

      Couldn’t agree with you more. I wonder how many people who read this site would ever purchase an android mini phone.

      • Anthony Oviedo

        Mire than likely someone would… but not for themselves… Perhaps an older relative or their teenager.

      • joejoe5709

        The Moto X is a “mini” phone compared to the other flagships. And it’s decently powered and reviewed well. Some people like the size of the Moto X.

        • Derrick Jefferson

          Apples and oranges Joe Joe. The moto x mini doesn’t exist which would be the type of android phone this discussion is based on. Nice point AO.

    • bobbyp

      I am positive a G3 compact with a 4.3″ to 4.7″ screen would be a top seller if they could just keep the all of the internals and a 1080p screen.

      • calculatorwatch

        That’s why I’m excited for the Z2 Compact. All signs point to a 4.5″ or 4.7″ screen this time and as we all know Sony doesn’t gimp their compact models like every other manufacturer. It’s just too bad it will take so long to get to the US.

      • flosserelli

        So far, only Sony seems to be capable of doing it right.