A pair of photos posted to Korean site Seeko claim to show the front and rear of the LG G3. The front of the phone lacks any sort of physical or capacitive keys, suggesting that LG will once again go with an on-screen button configuration, and the device also appears to have very thin bezels. Around back we can see a camera and some rear buttons that look similar to those shown in previous leaks. Finally, the bottom of the unit houses a microUSB port and a headphone jack.
It’s tough to get a good feel for the look of this device because of the angles at which its being held, but this LG phone does appear similar to the recently-leaked LG isai FL, just like a previous rumor claimed that it would. While the design of this purported G3 doesn’t appear to be revolutionary, it does look like a nice step up from the G2.
UPDATE: The Wall Street Journal has shared a new report that contains some new details on the G3. According to the publication’s source, LG’s next flagship will indeed debut at the May 27 event. The device is said to feature a 5.5-inch 2560x1440 display.
UPDATE 2: Another image of the LG G3 has been shared by Android Central. This photo is similar to the very first one that we saw of the G3’s backside, but this time the photo is unfiltered and clearer. We can also see more of the notes that are behind the device, which include a “3KmAh removable” battery, 5.5-inch “QHD” display and 13-megapixel camera with optical image stabilization.