Come tomorrow the LG G2 will officially be unveiled to the world, but when can we actually expect to see it land on store shelves? While it’s hard to pinpoint an exact date, we do know that it will launch first in Korea and then is expected to arrive in North America and Europe come September.
Now if a new report from Korean-based MK News proves correct, we have word that South Korea will see the handset on Thursday, just a day after its launch.
While the LG G2 might not be as hyped up or exciting as other recent flagship announcements - like the Moto X - it is still a solid looking handset with some rather impressive specs.
Honestly, we can’t say we are that surprised to hear about such a quick turn around from unveil to launch for the G2, especially with the Snapdragon 800-powered Galaxy S4 LTE-A already out on the market. LG needs the G2 at home to better compete against Samsung.
So what can we expect, hardware-wise from the LG G2 when it arrives in South Korea and elsewhere? First, it will be capable of LTE-A technology. Second, we know it will run on a Snapdragon 800 CPU with 2 or 3GB of RAM and a 5.2-inch high-rez display. Other specs include a 2,610 mAh battery and 13MP main cam.
While the LG G2 might not be as hyped up or exciting as other recent flagship announcements – like the Moto X – it is still a solid looking handset with some rather impressive specs. What do you think of the LG G2, excited or not?