The LG G3 has been leaked once again, this time in all its glory, thanks to a series of official-looking press glamour shots publiched by tech site Phone Arena. The pictures show the phone from almost all angles, including a close up of the revised rear controls and brushed metal-look rear panel.
Provided the pictures are accurate, it seems the G3 will come in three different colour schemes, a subtle white, a gorgeous grey, and a gold finish which is sure to split opinion. The close up focuses on the grey model, showing a slimmer, sleeker set of rear volume controls and a circular central sleep/wake key.
Above the controls is the lens to the camera, which is believed to have 13 megapixels, and is flanked by a dual-LED flash and an unknown sensor. Some sources say this will be an infrared focusing light, but it’s not known exactly how it will work.
Switching to a metal-look rear panel is a significant change for LG, and a serious move into a more premium style, something Samsung has been attempting recently with features such as the Galaxy Note 3‘s fake leather rear panel. In these pictures, the G3 looks fantastic, and we can’t wait to see it in real life.
The pictures don’t provide any more detail on the phone’s possible feature list, but we’re expecting it to have a 2560 x 1440 pixel, 5.5-inch screen, a Snapdragon 801 processor, and run Android KitKat, complete with a new user interface. LG has announced a press event for 27 May in London, which is almost certainly where the G3 will make its public debut.