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LG G3 Cat. 6 (Snapdragon 805) review | Android Central

There’s no shortage of OEM’s advancing their current flagships with bleeding edge processors, faster modems, more memory and even design tweaks, so why should LG be any different!

LG’s answer to the call of the upgrades is the G3 Cat. 6, a turbo-charged version of the G3 with support for Korea’s super-fast LTE Category 6 networks — but perhaps more importantly, an upgraded CPU and GPU too. The G6 Cat. 6 is powered by a 2.7GHz Snapdragon 805 processor, paired with Qualcomm’s latest Adreno 420 GPU, a step up from the Snapdragon 801-plus-Adreno 330 of the original G3.

The device is a Korea-only product, and LG insists that there are no plans to launch this version internationally, but it IS a beast. It might not look much different (it’s the same size and basically the same form factor, has the same battery and screen), but it’s faster, has a TV tuner, and can download at twice the speed. The screen color has been tweaked (LG’s been getting feedback, I supposed) and the storage and RAM specs are all standard high-end as opposed to the lower-end options.

Have a read for more – wouldn’t it be nice to have THIS one. I guess the grass is always greener.

LG G3 Cat. 6 (Snapdragon 805) review | Android Central.

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