What's that, you say? You still haven't gotten enough of the LG G3? Well the rumor mill is happy to keep feeding you information.
Some new images shared by Underkg.co.kr show that an LG G3 dummy unit has quietly appeared at a retail store. Since this is a dummy model, we can't really get any info about the software that LG's next flagship, but we do get a good overview of its hardware. Just as we've seen before, the G3 features minimal bezels on its face, a rear button setup, laser autofocus sensor, and both a headphone jack and microUSB port on its bottom.
Details about the LG G3 have been trickling out in recent weeks, both in the form of leaks and in official teases from LG. The device is expected to feature a 5.5-inch 2560x1440 display, 13-megapixel rear camera, 3000mAh battery and Android 4.4 KitKat.
From what we've seen of it so far, the G3 looks like a nice evolution of LG's flagship G-Series. The Life's Good crew has become a bigger player in the high-end Android smartphone world lately, and thanks to both that and the G3's super high-res QHD screen, it ought to garner quite a bit of attention when it's finally introduced later this week.