LG G3 rumoured for June launch, how do LG G2 Pro users feel about this?


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Imagine you had just bought the latest flagship smartphone only to find that it could be outdated by a newer model in just a few months! This is exactly what LG G2 Pro owners are facing today.

Just before MWC, LG announced the new LG G2 Pro, and updated, more powerful version of the their flagship device. The LG G2 Pro might not have been the all new phone we had hoped to see, but it is an excellent phone anyway and currently sits atop the LG range, but for how long?

According to new rumours, LG are still planning to launch the LG G3 and could be doing so as early as June! The LG G3 will be a true all new phone with a rumoured 5.5-inch QHD display, more RAM, a better camera and possibly LG’s own octacore Odin processor!

It is expected that the LG G3 will cost more than the LG G2 Pro, but it still must smart a little for customers who thought their phones would be top of the range for more than just a few months!

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5 Comments

  1. David King
    March 2, 2014

    With the speed of updates happening now I think a better strategy, at least for me, is to buy cheaper and replace sooner.

    • Nik
      March 3, 2014

      I had also adapted to that strategy but you don’t get the quality in cheaper sadly.

      • wesleymcbay
        March 6, 2014

        For value and functionality, cheaper is better is a good way to go when shopping for a new device, you’re not going to get all the premium options but typically the product is half the cost of the top-tier brands. It’s about finding the happy medium and there’s plenty of new devices that do just that and most products are now more than “good enough” for the average consumer.

  2. Just Sayin'
    March 3, 2014

    G Pro 2, not G2 Pro

  3. March 3, 2014

    The G Pro line is the equivalent of Samsung’s Note line, the G line is the equivalent of the Galaxy S line.

    Generally speaking people should not be upset about the phones being released in close succession, but in this case the size of the screen (the main differentiating factor) seems to be converging. Even so, the Pro is 5.9″, so it still qualifies as large (by 2014 standards) while the G3, at 5.5″ (which isn’t actually confirmed) is still in the mid-size device.