Published by GSM Arena, the images show the gold variant of the LG G3, of which we first heard back in April. The handset does resemble the LG Isai FL to some extent (in case you haven’t heard, the Isai FL was revealed earlier today as LG’s very first Quad HD smartphone).
Reportedly, the 13MP rear camera of the LG G3 should be one of its main selling points. In addition to featuring OIS+, 4K video recording and dual-tone LED flash, the camera supposedly has an infrared-based “laser beam” that will allow it to take better photos at night. This infrared sensor is probably what we can see on the left side of the camera.
Camera goodness aside, the LG G3 should come with a 5.5-inch Quad HD (1440 x 2560 pixels) display, quad-core Snapdragon processor (either the 801, or the 805 model), 3GB or RAM, 32GB of expandable internal memory, and a 3,000 mAh battery.
LG will most likely announce the new G3 on May 27. We’re assuming that the company will want to start selling it shortly after that - although, of course, nothing’s confirmed at this point. Let us know if you like the LG G3 thus far (or if you’re more interested in the Galaxy S5 Prime and HTC One M8 Prime, which should be released later this year as two of LG G3’s direct competitors).
LG G3 in gold
source: GSM Arena