LG G3 Dual-LTE is the dual-SIM variant of the flagship that is coming to Russia
This summer LG G3 officially debuted as the new flagship of the Korean manufacturer after LG G2 grabbed the heart of users last year. The smartphone is outfitted with a similar but more polished design than its successor. The panel of G3 shines with metal finish even though the phone is made from plastic.
There are physical keys on the back of the device with a similar arrangement as the buttons of G2. The flagship is already up-for-sales in different countries across the globe. Recently the company confirmed its plans to introduce a new variant of the LG G3 with dual-SIM that will be offered at the Russian market this month. Specs-wise the new device has the same capabilities and features as the original single-SIM LG G3 however it has the advantage of supporting two SIM cards. Here is the place to mention that only one of them supports LTE connectivity.
The name of the new flagship is LG G3 Dual-LTE. It is packed with a 5.5-inch IPS screen with QHD resolution. The mobile OS running on the phone is Android 4.4 KitKat. Knock code along with smart keyboard are just a few of the goodies that are provided in the model pre-installed and ready for use. The processor working in the gut of the handset id a quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon set at 2.5GHz. The 3GB RAM in LG G3 Dual-LTE back up the great performance of the CPU. The new phone comes with 32GB native storage and the option to add more memory via microSD cards.
Among the main features of the smartphone is its 13MP camera located on the back. It has dual-LED flash, OIS and autofocus and etc. The connectivity features supported by the LG G3 Dual-LTE are Wi-Fi, GPS, Bluetooth and LTE for one of the SIM cards, 3G etc. The upcoming phone will be available for purchase in silky white and metallic black at price of RUB 26990 (around $640) off-contract.