As per specs taken specifically off a LG U.k. site, the forthcoming advertised LG G3 is required to peculiarity a microsd opening with a limit of 2 Terabytes.
Every Terabyte is comparable to 1024 Gigabytes, so you can see exactly how much extra stockpiling the telephone can deal with. Obviously, since a 2tb card does not yet exist, there is the likelihood that somebody at LG made a bumble when interpreting the specs. This time around a document from the company’s UK site shows that the microSD slot of the smartphone can support up to 2TB of storage. Now, this could be a typographical error or it could just mean LG is future-proofing its latest device to support the eventual arrival of 2TB microSD cards.
LG is set to unveil its latest flagship device this week and we’ve seen one leak after another about the G3.
The other specs detailed on the document include those we’ve heard many times before—Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 processor, 2GB RAM, 5.5-inch display (1440×2560 resolution), 16GB internal storage, Android 4.4 KitKat, 3000mAh battery, and 13-megapixel rear camera.
These spec are available in LG UK official website. [http://www.lg.com/uk/PDFServlet.pds?docID=lge20_xml2fo2pdf&keys=D855&localeCode=UK&categoryUrl=/uk/mobile-phones&bvHidden=false] or view Google web cache version here.
UPDATE : LG had confirmed LG G3 memory card slot can support up to 2 TB of storage.