LG G3's rear buttons get a close-up

LG G3's rear buttons get a close-up
On Saturday, we asked you the musical question "Is this the back of the LG G3?." The question was related to a leaked photograph that we showed you, apparently revealing the rear buttons on the rumored next flagship model. The answer, was in the affirmative. After debuting on the LG G2, the Korean manufacturer has continued to use the rear placement of its power and volume controls on devices like the LG G Flex and the LG G Pro 2. And yes, we certainly do expect LG to keep that same form factor on its high-end phones for the foreseeable future.

LG has changed the design of the power button and the volume rocker. Master leaker evleaks has sent out a tweet with a close-up of what he says is the back of the LG G3. The T-shaped cut-outs in those protective cases for the new flagship model that we showed you the other day, align perfectly with what evleaks is showing us.

The LG G3 is expected to come to market with a 1440 x 2560 resolution. Will it be the first model offered in the states to carry a QHD resolution screen? That depends on whether the Samsung KQ is real, and is ready to be launched before the expected early July release of the LG G3. Right now, both models have yet to be introduced by their respective Korean manufacturer.

source: @evleaks via AndroidCentral

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