User manual for Canadian LG G3

LG G3The LG G3 will launch in Canada on August 1 and will be our first smartphone to come with a WQHD display. In preparation, LG has now posted the user manual for the LG-D852 to its corporate website. It comes with both French and English sections.

If nothing else, it gives you something to read as you count down the days to the August 1 launch. The carriers which will offer the LG G3 on that day are Bell Mobility, MTS, Rogers Wireless, Sasktel and Videotron. WIND Mobile is also expected to carry it but it appears that a later launch date is in the cards.

LG G3 specifications

  • Processor: Quad-core (2.46GHz × 4) Qualcomm Snapdragon 801
  • Operating system: Google Android 4.4.2
  • Cellular connectivity: LTE/HSPA+42Mbps/GPRS/EDGE
  • Other connectivity: A-GPS/GLONASS, 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.0 LE, NFC
  • Display: 5.5-inch WQHD (2560×1440/538PPI) IPS
  • RAM: 2GB/3GB
  • Internal storage: 16GB/32GB
  • External storage: MicroSDXC cards up to 128GB
  • Rear-facing camera: 13MP with OIS+, dual flash and laser Auto-Focus
  • Front-facing camera: 2.1MP with “enhanced selfie mode”
  • Battery: Removeable 3,000mAh
  • Dimensions: 146.3 × 74.6 × 8.9 millimeters
  • Weight: 149 grams
  • Colours: Metallic Black, Silk White, Shine Gold, Moon Violet and Burgundy Red.
  • Other: Wireless charging support, metallic skin, 1 watt speaker with amp

While pricing has yet to be announced, we know that the Canadian version of the LG G3 will come with support for LTE on AWS and works on both the 700MHz and 2600MHz bands. It will also sport 3GB of RAM and 32GB of onboard storage.

Happy reading to all our future LG G3 owners in Canada!

Source : LG (PDF document)

1 Comment

  1. I’m itching for a more thorough review, and the chance to get my hands on one in store. I loved the G2 and could have been tempted to get one if not for the fact I preferred the design aesthetics and vanilla Android of the Nexus 5 and the extra price for what I needed (I settled on a Moto G in the end.)

    I feel like the G3 is sliding under a lot of people’s radar, and is not getting the recognition it deserves/getting unduly criticised. I’ll reserve judgement until the right time, but I do find some of the media treatment of the G3 very suspect (not pointing any fingers here, but there were some odd articles released on other sites that probably don’t need mentioning).

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