LG G3 with Dual SIM Dual Active (DSDA) support launched in China

LG Electronics has launched the dual SIM dual active (DSDA) variant of its latest flagship LG G3 smartphone in China. This is the first time that LG launched its flagship smartphone with China Mobile, China Unicom, and China Telecom.


The Chinese version of the LG G3 supports Dual SIM Dual Active (DSDA) so that two mobile carriers’ lines can be used at the same time. DSDA differs from DSDS, or Dual SIM Dual Stand-by, in that data communications and voice calling are carried out simultaneously, or an additional call can be made or received during a phone call by using different operators’ lines.

Not only that the LG G3 (D858) for China has 4G TD-LTE and FD-LTE support. As Chinese telecom operators employ two types of LTE networks, one being Time Division Duplex-Long Term Evolution (TDD-LTE) and the other one being Frequency Division Duplex-Long Term Evolution (FDD-LTE).

As far as rest specifications, it’s are similar to the global variant LG G3 single SIM. The 5.5 inch handset comes with an ultra definition Quad HD IPS display, a laser auto focus camera, a 3,000 mAh battery, and gesture shot and smart keyboard features, along with a more convenient user experience.

The LG G3 (D858) goes on sale starting today in China through JD.com and is priced at 3999 Yuan (Rs. 39750 approx.). It will be available in Titanium Black and Moonlight White colors and No word on global launch of this dual SIM variant yet.

Source : eprice.com.cn

1 thought on “LG G3 with Dual SIM Dual Active (DSDA) support launched in China”

  1. LG G3 with Dual SIM Dual Active (DSDA) support D858
    is this phone dual sim full active or not? if I receive/make call with one sim, can I get a call in other sim at the same time? at least call prompt or beep or even as a missed call? any one tried this?

    important point: whether it is required to divert between sims or not? if yes, it is not full active.

    please let me know.


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