LG G3 image leak teases removable batteryAlex Wagner - Editorial Director of News and Content
LG has been known to trickle out details of its new flagship smartphones in the weeks leading up to their debut, but with the G3, it appears that the Life’s Good crew may be letting the rumor mill do that work for it.
Today another pair of images that purportedly show the LG G3 have leaked out. Shared by @evleaks, the first photo depicts a removable battery beneath what looks to be the G3’s rear-mounted buttons and camera. A leaked image that surfaced last week suggested that the G3 may sport a 3000mAh removable battery.
Removable batteries are becoming increasingly rare in the smartphone world, with many manufacturers opting instead to seal juice packs inside of their devices so that they can have a larger battery and a cleaner look. It’s interesting to see that LG may go against that trend and offer a removable battery with the G3, though it’s worth pointing out that the company could end up only selling that model in select regions, opting to sell a non-removable version in most other countries.
The second shot that’s leaked out today is a close-up of an LG-branded device with a brushed backside. The caption to the image reads “LG G3, fingerprint magnet no more,” a reference to the G2’s glossy plastic backside that would easily show fingerprints and smudges. You can view this image on @evleaks’ site by hitting up the link below.