LG G3 pictured in the wild, back and front sides exposed
It was bound to happen sooner or later – the rumored and highly-anticipated smartphone known as the LG G3 has finally been leaked on the internet in a set of clear, high-res pictures. These come straight from a Korean website and expose the device's front, back, and bottom sides.
From the looks of it, LG will once again be aiming to deliver a maximum screen-to-size ratio. Like its predecessor, the LG G2, the handset appears to have ultra-thin side bezels and no physical buttons below the screen. The display of the handset isn't on, unfortunately, and it would have been nice if we could take a peek at its customized Android UI.
To no surprise, the LG G3's power and volume keys are placed on the back and appear just like they did in earlier leaks. The camera seems to be backed up by a two-tone dual-LED flash, as the case is with the iPhone 5s and the HTC One (M8). There doesn't seem to be anything exciting about the bottom part of the handset – we only see a microUSB 2.0 port, a 3.5-millimeter headphone jack, and a microphone.