Due to debut officially on May 27, the hotly anticipated LG G3 is rumored to feature a Quad HD display, powerful internal components, and a revamped user interface. While we knew that LG is going to keep the rear-mounted button setup and offer the G3 in a gold color option, we didn’t have other real clues about the actual appearance of the phone. If these two images that surfaced on a Korean forum are real, that changes today.
On the back of the phone, which is apparently made of a glossy polycarbonate, the camera lens, flash, power button and volume buttons match the other leaks we’ve seen so far. The device appears to feature a unibody construction, with a microUSB port and headphones jack on the bottom.
On the front, the screen (rumored to be a 5.5-incher) extends all the way to the sides of the phone, leaving room for just some very thin lateral bezels. The bottom bezel is a bit fatter, while the top one seems extremely thin as well, even if it’s hard to tell from the shot. This design resembles a bit the leaked Isai FL, which LG will be selling in Japan through carrier Au.
It’s possible that the phone in these images isn’t the LG G3 at all, or that it’s a prototype or a non-final design, so take it with a grain of salt. With a little over three weeks left until its official unveiling, more leaks are bound to appear, and hopefully we’ll get a better view at the G3.
GSM Arena received a new image of the device that gives us a better look at its texture.