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LG G3 is launching in Canada on August 1st

LG G3 is launching in Canada on August 1st
News from Canada.com:

LG has announced that its latest flagship phone, the LG G3, is launching in Canada on August 1, 2014.

Rogers, Bell, MTS, SaskTel and Videotron will all be carrying the phone. Tbooth, The Source, Wireless Wave, Wireless Etc and Wow mobile will also be selling the phone.

The LG G3 supports LTE and reportedly features a less bloatware filled experience than what was present on LG’s G2, a phone that was only launched approximately six months ago. LG has improved the smartphone’s build quality and developed a better auto-focus mechanism for the phone’s 13 mega-pixel camera. The G3 also features the latest version of Android 4.4.2 giving the operating system a simpler, more flattened look.

The LG G3′s build quality seems to be an improvement over the G2. Handout/LG

The smartphone’s 5.5-inch screen features an extremely high 2560×1440 resolution display and a 3,000mAh battery, hopefully improving the G3′s battery life slightly over the G2. The phone also comes equipped with a 2.5Ghz Snapdragon 801 processor and 3 GBs of RAM. Unlike the Nexus 4 or 5 Google branded LG smartphone, the G3 has a Mi…………… continues on Canada.com

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News from AnandTech:

While the enthusiast segment is no stranger to LG smartphones, for the most part LG hasn’t received nearly the amount of attention that Samsung has. At first, it doesn’t make much sense. After all, LG is almost as big as Samsung. Both are chaebols, with enormous resources and power that few other companies have. Starting from the Optimus G, it seems that LG has shipped some of the best hardware in the industry, leveraging all the branches of the company from LG Innotek to LG Display to make a product that was easily equal to or better than the competition at the time.

One of the real issues that LG faced was a credibility gap. After the Optimus 2X and 4X HD, LG simply lacked credibility amongst the enthusiast audience. Without this audience and without the marketing push that other OEMs had, LG phones simply didn’t sell. Fortunately, things have gotten better since those days. The G2 brought significant attention to LG phones, and if anything, LG has been the sleeping giant in the industry. LG’s displays have been some of the best in the industry, and as an Android OEM they’ve consistently executed well on hardware. The immense popularity of the LG-made Nexus 4 and 5, even amongst mainstream consumers is surprising, especially because they were supposed to be developer devices.

This leads us to the LG G3, which is now available in Korea and ready to be s…………… continues on AnandTech

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