New LG G3 renders leak along with details on mystery rear sensor [UPDATED]

Alex Wagner
Editorial Director of News and Content from  Omaha, NE
| May 15, 2014

LG G3 dark gray render leak

Just can’t get enough LG G3? If so, I’ve got some good news for you, because some more images of LG’s upcoming flagship have leaked out.

Shared by @evleaks, these new images show the LG G3 in dark gray, white and gold, not unlike the press renders that surfaced yesterday. The big difference between those shots and these new ones is that the new images purportedly show the LG G3’s lock screen, giving us a peek at an interesting time and date widget.

While these newly-leaked renders don’t reveal a ton of new information on the G3 or its custom UI, they do seem to back up several previous rumors about the device. Those include the G3’s redesigned rear buttons, trio of color options and LG’s refreshed user interface.

In addition to these leaked images, @evleaks claims to have information on that black sensor that’s resting to the left of the G3’s rear camera. He says that the black oval is a “laser auto focus,” which should help the G3’s shooter to more quickly focus on the subject that you’re trying to photograph.

UPDATE: Another image of the LG G3 has been shared by @evleaks. This new image offers a look at the titanium/dark gray G3 from multiple angles, giving us a clear look at the device’s backside and its top.

LG G3 titanium full leak

Via @evleaks (1), (2), (3)

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