Samsung Galaxy Note III & LG Optimus G2 To Have 3GB Of RAM [Rumor]


After hordes of rumors circulated the web, Korean publications confirmed yesterday that both the Samsung Galaxy Note III and the LG Optimus G2 will be the first devices on the market to pack 3GB of RAM. The increased amount of random access memory will enable the devices to handle multitasking much more seamlessly, in turn boosting performance by quite a sizable amount.

Both devices are expected to feature the latest Snapdragon 800 processors, so consequently will be competing against each other on the market. We expect to hear the official announcement of both phones pretty soon.

The Galaxy Note III, Samsung’s next flagship device is rumored to feature a 5.99-inch Super AMOLED display, a Snapdragon 800 processor, 3GB of RAM and a 13-megapixel camera. In terms of software, the Note III will run Android 4.3 with Samsung’s TouchWiz nature UX interface plastered over the top.

We don’t have any reported specifications for the LG’s mysterious Optimus G2, at this stage all we do know is that the device is rumored to feature a Snapdragon 800 processor, combined with a whopping 3GB of RAM.

If the rumored 3GB of RAM does make its way into both the Note III and Optimus G2 these phones will be unbeatable as far as performance goes and will be more than capable of coping with an excessive amount of multitasking.