The G3 s, known as the G3 Beat in other markets, is slightly smaller than the G3 that it follows in the footsteps of, and is aimed at the mid-tier smartphone market. It features a 5-inch IPS display offering 294ppi pixel density and is powered by a 1.2GHz quad-core Snapdragon 400 processor clubbed with 2GB of RAM. The G3 s comes with 8GB of internal storage, though this can be expanded with a microSD card.
While the camera on the rear has been dropped from 13 megapixels to 8, the G3 s retains the Laser Autofocus feature seen on the G3. The G3 s will also feature Touch and Shoot, which lets users touch anywhere on the screen to focus and take a picture; Gesture Shot, which begins an automatic three-second countdown before the picture is snapped by just a hand gesture Smart Keyboard, and QuickMemo+.
The G3 s will run Android 4.4.2 when it is launched in the coming weeks.