LG's G3 flagship smartphone seemingly pictured again
Here we have what’s believed to be a (not so great) new image of an LG G3 - you know, the upcoming flagship smartphone that’s supposed to be officially announced on May 27. The image was revealed moments ago by @evleaks, but it doesn’t come from one of his own sources, instead being obtained via a tip.
It appears that there’s a protective case around the G3 (or what’s believed to be the G3 anyway). The device that’s beneath the case certainly resembles what was previously presented as the LG G3, featuring very slim bezels around the screen, a rear camera with dual LED flash, plus a few buttons that are found on the back. Even with that case on, the handset seems to be pretty thin.
It’s believed that the G3 will be LG’s first smartphone to offer a Quad HD (1440 x 2560 pixels) display. Other features should include a quad-core Snapdragon processor (801, or maybe the 805 - who knows?), 3GB of RAM, and Android 4.4 KitKat with a new UI developed by LG.
Assuming that this is indeed the LG G3, do you like what you're seeing so far?