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LG G3 Leaks in glorious press shots showing Black, White and Gold variants

LG are apparently bad at keeping secrets, but we don’t mind as with every leak of its incoming LG G3 Android smartphone, we get more excited for its arrival. By far the most we have been excited about the phone is with the recent full leaked shots from PhoneArena.

Just how Phone Arena has got the images is something for LG to deal with but the pictures show the LG G3 in its full glory in not just one colour, but three. The handset is seen in gold, black and white variants all of which look to be aluminium or just brushed metal.

The design also features a large 5.5 inch screen with an ultra-thin bezel and tight frame, plus a sleek all in one back that looks set to bring the sleek design fight to the HTC One line of handsets.

LG has already confirmed that the screen will be 5.5 inches, and that it will have a 2560 x 1440 resolution and a pixel density of 534ppi, which sounds gorgeous to us. It will also come with a quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 processor, a 13-megapixel camera and 4K video recording capabilities.

With the images, A close-up of the rear buttons shows off nicely textured volume and power button keys along with the camera and dual two-tone LED flash, which should provide more accurate colour reproduction in shots.

LG has previously revealed a teaser video for the incoming G3, where they show off some of the design with the tagline “Simple is the New Start”, and invite to the official unveiling on May the 27th, 2014 in London, wit an expected June release date.

 

All images: Phone Arena

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Comments

  1. kevhong

    The G3 is the most intriguing Android flagship LG has ever offered, slotting perfectly into the space between the Galaxy S5 and HTC One M8 and ensuring that the company’s days as a punchline are most definitely behind it.

  2. kevhong

    There are better camera and audio experiences out there … But for devices that excel in the camera or music stakes, there’s usually a compromise to be made elsewhere. So far, I’ve still not really found that compromise on the G3.

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