LG G3 A announced

| August 7, 2014

The LG G3 A, a LG G2 in a different coat


The LG G3 A is the third installment in the LG G3 spin-off series. Even though the original device hasn’t seen the light of day that much, there are a number of G3 alternatives on the market such as: the LG G3 Beat (aka G3 S), the LG G3 LTE-A, the rumored LG G3 Stylus, and now the LG G3 A.

With the addition of a new member to the G3 family comes a question. What does the LG G3 A has to offer? Well, to put it frankly, it’s like an LG G2 with a different look. You get the same 2.26GHz Snapdragon 800 CPU with 2GB of RAM and a 5.2-inch display with 1080p resolution. However, unlike its predecessor, the LG G3 A comes with the new 13MP camera with the laser AF system and a microSD expansion slot. Other specs include a 2.1MP front cam, 32GB of storage and a 2610 mAh battery.

The LG G3 A also offers the same software features as the G3 and even adds a few ones like the “T action”, a feature that lets you make a wrist-based gesture for launching apps, answering calls or silencing the phone. Also, you can have a security option that sounds an alarm if the phone is disconnected from its charger, which, in truth, can be a handy feature that lets you know that someone is messing with your phone when you’re not around to care for it.

As usual with these spin-offs, the LG G3 A is only available in South Korea and, to be more precise, to the carrier SK Telecom. No word about the price on this device yet or if LG plans to release it outside of the company’s home country. What do you think, is the LG G3 A worth the buy if the price is right?


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