LG shows off the G3 in promo videos. Last minute leak confirms removable battery
With days left to the grand unveiling of the G3, LG seems too excited to properly keep it under wraps. Following the Quick Circle announcement from yesterday, LG’s Korean branch has now put up a microsite for the G3, complete with three short promotional videos.
Two of the videos, which appear to be commercials for a Korean launch event scheduled for May 28, tease the G3’s camera (rumored to feature a laser assisted focusing system) and Quad HD display.
The third video, focused on design, gives us an unobstructed look at the phone, though sadly it does not contain any clues on whether the G3 will be made of metal or of plastic textured to resemble brushed metal.
Moving on to some good old fashioned leaks, @evleaks strikes again with a look at an alleged “lunchboxed” version of the T-Mobile Developer Edition of the LG G3. (Lunchboxing is the practice of disguising a phone into a temporary shell, in order to avoid design leaks.)
We get a couple of close shots at the phone’s display, which unsurprisingly show no trace of pixels. More interesting, we get to see the phone’s microSD card and 3,000 mAh removable battery, which appears to clarify one of the last points from the G3’s specs list we weren’t sure about.
So, who’s excited for the G3 launch next week?