LG disappointed a fair few high-end smartphone lovers when it revealed that the high-octane Snapdragon 805 version of its G3 flagship with 3GB of RAM wouldn't be coming to the UK.
Well, get ready for more disappointment as LG is set to announce the even more potent G3 Prime this very week, but it probably won't even make it out of South Korea.
Rumours about the LG G3 Prime have been knocking around for a while now, but South Korea's Naver have knocked them firmly into focus with the claim that the high-octane handset is set for a July 25 unveiling – that's Friday, in case you need the help.
As for the specs, it has the trio of high-end goodies we were hoping for from the original G3 – that's a Snapdragon 805 processor, 3GB of RAM and the Quad HD 5.5in display – as well as the rest of the goodies the G3 did actually get, including the 13MP optically stabilised camera and the 3000mAh battery.
The significance of the Snapdragon 805 processor – at least in Korea anyway – is that it opens up the ability to hook up to the country's Category 6 LTE-Advanced networks and their glorious 225Mbps speeds.
Such networking speeds are well beyond what you'll manage here in Blighty, but that hardly matters since the LG G3 Prime won't be coming here anyway.