LG Lucid 3 (VS876) for Verizon. pic.twitter.com/Ir8UThuDQr
— @evleaks (@evleaks) March 15, 2014
Verizon announced the original LG Lucid in late March 2012, introducing us to a mid-range compliment to the then-high-end LG Spectrum. One year later Big Red gave us the LG Lucid 2, complete with a larger display and wireless charging support. It's now been nearly a year since the LG Lucid 2's debut and, well, I bet you can see where I'm going with this.
A new image shared by @evleaks has revealed the LG Lucid 3 (VS876) for Verizon. The newest member of the Lucid family features a design similar to its G2 sibling, but rather than sporting the rear-mounted power button and capacitive keys that've been found on LG's recent G-series devices, the Lucid 3 is packing a more traditional side power key along with a physical home button and capacitive back and menu keys.
Verizon has ensured that we're aware of the Lucid 3's 4G LTE connectivity with logos in the phone's status bar and on its backside, but outside of that one feature, the Lucid 3's spec sheet is a mystery. The previous two entries in the line have been fairly mid-range offerings, though, and so it wouldn't be much of a surprise to see the Lucid 3 slot into the middle of Verizon's Android pack as well. More on this one as I get it.