The LG G3 S, also known as the G3 Beat in Asia, is a smaller and cheaper version of the G3 Android smartphone.
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CNET takes a behind-the-scenes look at the last-minute scramble to create LG's latest flagship smartphone.
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The LG G3 has a great set of specs, but perhaps most interesting is the camera, which uses a laser to autofocus. We see how it compares to the Galaxy S5.
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A 5.5-inch 2,560x1,440 display is the biggest calling card of LG's latest phone: that, and laser auto-focus for faster quick snaps. We take a look at the G3 and its funky Circle Case in New York.