Reports in the past have hinted that the LG G3 could be launched by July or August. But according to a company executive cited by ZDNet Korea, the smartphone will be announced in late June with availability slated to commence in July. The alleged launch of the two new iPhones later this year is said to be one of the factors for LG’s eagerness to precede them. The company has also taken this decision in light of the current market situation as it doesn’t want to waste any time in bringing its new flagship. The G3 is set to become one of the first smartphones after the Oppo Find 7 to feature a Quad HD 2K resolution display. It is also likely that LG will adopt the same bezel-less design that we saw with the G2 last year. There’s also going to be a camera with optical image stabilization and a Snapdragon 801 chipset on board. There’s still some uncertainty about the water resistant nature of the smartphone, but that would definitely give the smartphone a competitive edge. We personally can’t wait to see what LG has up its sleeve and it should be interesting to see how the market reacts to the launch of the G3, especially in the presence of the Samsung Galaxy S5 and the HTC One (M8).