LG launched a new variant of its flagship G3 which can be considered the fourth variant of the flagship. The LG G3 (D858) features Dual-Sim support. The new device had been priced around Rs.40,000 but there are no words on the availability of the device globally.The Dual-SIM G3 will be offered in Titanium Black and Moonlight White color options.The LG G3 (D858) Dual-SIM device features 4G TD-LTE connectivity along with the Dual Active support, which lets users make calls or use Internet data on either of the SIM cards together.Running Android 4.4 KitKat out-of-the-box, the LG G3 (D858) Dual-SIM smartphone features 32GB of inbuilt storage alongside a 13-megapixel camera that can record videos in 4K resolution.
The LG G3 was launched in India in July at Rs. 47,990. The last variant that LG introduced was the LG G3 A with LTE-A support. The LG G3 A supports Korea’s LTE-A band similar to the recently launched Samsung Galaxy S5 LTE-A. The latter is identical to the G3, except that it features a Snapdragon 805 SoC instead.
There had been rumours that the company is planning to introduce a safer bootloader unlocking feature for developers