LG-D855 regains WQHD resolution

UAProf for LG-D855LG will unveil its LG G3 flagship smartphone on May 27 at a series of events that will stretch into the next day. With availability expected to be global, a number of regional and carrier variants are expected. Among them is the LG-D855 which we first learned about in late March when it popped up on LG’s website. The UAProf file listed a WQHD (2560×1440) display as one of the few specifications revealed. Shortly aftwards, LG updated the file and the LG-D855 lost its WQHD resolution in favour or a Full HD (1080×1920) one. We’re happy to report that it has now regained the WQHD resolution.

The move is certainly logical given that LG has now confirmed that its next flagship smartphone will indeed sport a 5.5-inch WQHD display.

The latest LG-D855 file also continues to indicate that the LG G3 will come with LTE, HSPA, EDGE and GPRS connectivity. Little else has been added to the file though.

Other expected specifications include a Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 processor, configurations with 3GB and 2GB of RAM with 32GB and 16GB of internal memory respectively and a 13MP camera with OIS+.

With the LG G3 set for late May, it could start hitting the street as early as sometime in June. The LG-D855 variant is expected to be headed to Europe.

Sources : LG // MyLGPhones.com