User Access Profiles (UAPs) provide some really good info provided you peek into them at the right time. The last time around, we got some really confusing information from DroidGuy regarding the handset which pointed to an older SnapDragon 800 processor in the upcoming LG flagship.
Now it seems that things have changed a bit. MyLGPhones seems to have tapped into the same website (Sprint telecom) once again and things have appeared to have changed a bit. The UAP now points out that the LG G3 will sport 2 GB or RAM which makes more sense compared to the earlier leak. Also the camera of the LG G3 now shows up as a 16 MP unit compared to the 13 MP one discovered earlier which was more ‘last year’. The front-facing camera is now said to be 2.4 MP unit which is a welcomed change.
The UA profile still shows some of the earlier details like the QHD 2560 x 1440 pixel screen and the Android 4.4.2 software version. The blogger also points out that the earlier reported Snapdragon 800 SoC does not mean that the G3 would come with that chipset. He goes on to say that LG may just be using the older chipset for software testing. With the way the details are gradually changing; seems like the final device will sport some totally different hardware specifications altogether.