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LG G3 A: a smaller LG G3 but a better G3 Beat

Now we're getting to see how much LG really wants to capitalize on the success and popularity of its G3 flagship. After announcing the G3 Beat, or G3 S in Europe, last month, and after "accidentally" leaking the LG G3 Stylus yesterday, the company is now unveling the LG G3 A in Korea. If LG was poising the G3 Beat as an affordable mid-range, then this rather puzzling new arrival would be mid-high-range, if there ever was one.

LG G3 Cat. 6 to launch in Korea with Snapdragon 805

LG seems to now also be doing the LTE-A variant dance like its arch rival. Instead of vesting its latest flagship with the latest and greatest specs, including an LTE Category 6 compatible modem, LG has left the G3 a bit wanting in that area and instead will be launching a different model in its home country just for this very purpose.

LG G3 Beat isn’t a mini but a mid-tier budget G3

LG has finally announced the LG G3 Beat and in doing so has finally resolved the mystery of its size. The reason why the G3 Beat and the equivalent but rebranded G3 S are that big is because they aren't really meant to be the mini flagship's we've come to expect but are, instead, budget-friendly versions of LG's premium G3 smartphone.

Samsung patents ultrasound stylus tech in Korea

It seems that Samsung might be eying a rather big shift in how it implements its S Pen technology. The Korean Intellectual Property Rights Information Service or KIPRIS has just published the manufacturer's patent application for a technology that utilizes ultrasound waves in order to pinpoint the location and state of a stylus when used with a mobile device such as a smartphone.
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