We’re now less than a week out from LG’s multi-city G3 unveiling, and in an effort to build some last-minute hype for its new flagship device, LG’s Korean arm has posted a trio of teaser videos for the phone.
The three clips focus on the LG G3’s camera, design and display. The videos don’t really reveal a ton of information about the G3 itself, which isn’t really a surprise since they are teasers, but the display-focused clip does confirm that the G3 will have a 2560x1440 screen resolution and the design video offers a brief glimpse of the phone’s backside.
In addition to its QHD resolution, the G3 is expected to feature a 5.5-inch display, 13-megapixel rear camera with optical image stabilization, a laser autofocus feature, 3000mAh battery and a rear button setup similar to the ones found on the G2 and G Flex. The G3’s launch details are still up in the air, but it does look like T-Mobile will offer the device in the U.S., and I wouldn’t be surprised if the G3 followed in the G2’s footsteps and hit most other major operators as well.
To help pass the time until May 27 rolls around, you can check out the LG’s three G3 teasers down below.