Originally Posted by linh1987
What matter if it does? We have disabled features in products all the time. The fact that new LG G Watch uses Snapdragon 400 with 3 cores disabled (don't quote me on that though, just for an example) doesn't mean that we "should" be able to use the remaining 3 cores. G2 has USB 3.0 support but they doesn't have the connector for it so there's no "proprietary" cable exists I believe.
Most LG G2 models do have the proprietary 11-pin usb 3.0 port and there's still an opportunity they'll put their proprietary cable on the market since it will benefit g flex and g pro 2 users aswell since they have the same connector. And i've read some company called analogix, will be releasing a Slimport 4K cable, and they used g flex in the demo, I wonder how? Slimport 4k REQUIRES a usb 3.0 port...
Edit: Anyway, It doesn't really matter, but the point is that the G2 has usb 3.0, you can't state otherwise, but it's pretty useless atm since there's no compatible cable
Oh, and btw, we'll see if the usb 3.0 port really is usable soon, since the op from this thread http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2757820
bought a cheap g2 off ebay or somewhere and he'll hardwire the interface