Let’s look at the LG G3

Let’s look at the LG G3Lucky Goldstar has finally confirmed the LG G3 launch for May 27/28, just four weeks from now, and in the meantime, the leaks continue to fly in a manner both thick and indeed fast.

Here we’re seeing the LG G3 in all its glory, held by delicate Korean hands, and the pictures give us a pretty good insight into the imminent handset’s design.

Point your browsers at Seeko for the leaked LG G3 pics in their original gigantic form. Interestingly, you can also make out an LG monitor, LG mouse mat, and a mouse made by… Samsung? How did that get in there?!

Anyway, let’s analyse these LG G3 pics. For starters, we have absolutely no buttons around the outside. Zero. That’s because, like the LG G2, the volume and power buttons have been positioned on the rear.

Sticking with the back of the LG G3, the crucifix-shaped layout we mentioned last week is present and correct, and appears to include two flashes for the rear camera – one left, one right.

It’s also worth noting that the LG G3’s bezel is incredibly thin, with the majority of the front of the device dominated by the display. Which, incidentally, will weigh in at 2560 x 1440 QHD. Nice.

Other rumoured LG G3 specs include a Qualcomm Snapdragon processor (not sure if it’s too early for the 805; possibly 801 instead), 3GB of RAM, a 13MP camera, and KitKat Android 4.4.

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