LG has already confirmed the existence of the LG G3 yesterday when it announced its first quarter earnings report. And now LG is finally telling us when it will officially launch its flagship phone.
LG has sent out invitations for an event on May 27. The event will be held simultaneously in San Francisco, New York, London, Singapore, Istanbul, and Seoul. Of course, that will be on the 28th for the Asian countries.
LG didn't say it will launch the long-rumored G3 on the said date, but the emphasis on the letter 'G" in the invitation is pretty obvious. LG's teaser reads, "To be simple is to be Great," a quote from the great poet Ralph Waldo Emerson.
Interestingly, it sounds similar to Samsung's tagline earlier this year.
The G3 is LG's long-rumored flagship device. Rumors suggest that the device will proffer an insane 2,560 × 1,440 screen. Also, it will reportedly come in gold. We'll see if all these rumors are true.
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