LG has scheduled simultaneous events on 27 May in three different cities around the world. The company is all set to unleash their upcoming flagship, LG G3 at the same venue. The event is just a couple of weeks away from us, and the rumors around the phone have started heating up.
Unlike any other flagships from their competitors, LG G3 is expected to be coming with QHD display with a resolution of 1440 x 2560 pixels. According to the rumors, the phone will have a 5.5″ screen, 13 or 16 (not confirmed) MP rear camera with OIS+ and houses a 3,000 mAh battery. The phone is supposed to be coming in two versions, a 2GB one with 16GB of storage and a premium 3GB version with 32 GB of storage.
While we have got enough details on the specifications, we are yet to receive a clear picture of the device. But don’t worry now we have got a handful of leaked images of the device giving a sneak peak at how the device will look. The regular tipster @evleaks tweeted the alleged renders of the device. The phone has appeared in both black and white colors, showing its back and front side.
We can’t find any physical button on the front, may be LG is sticking on its on-screen buttons. The rear side is equipped with rounded set of buttons. A dual Flash and an unknown black sensor are placed on either sides of the camera.
The latest leak of the device shows the same alleged render, with the display on, showing us how the upcoming redesigned Android Skin will look like on the device. But we suspect that the photo is just a photo-shopped one.
All in all we can’t confirm that this is how exactly the phone will look like, until LG officially takes the wraps off the device.