Mere hours before the announcement, the LG G3 has leaked yet again with more photos of a dummy unit. We've already seen a dummy of the Korean version, but on this one the U+LTE8 logo is replaced with a more generic LTE-A logo (but it may still be a Korean version, just for another carrier).
That still doesn’t match the leaked press images we've seen that have the LG logo below the camera instead of at the bottom, near the loudspeaker. That aside the design looks just like all the other images we've seen.
To recap, the LG G3 will measure 146.3 x 74.6 x 8.9mm, pack a 5.5" QHD screen, Snapdragon 801 chipset and a 13MP optically stabilized camera with laser-assisted auto-focus. That's coming from the official LG site that jumped the gun.
LG's event later today should fill the remaining blanks – body material, pricing the launch date. Earlier info pointed to today as the launch, meaning LG will go the Apple and HTC route and put its flagship on sale the moment it's announced.
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This handset is very ugly, very much, big guy, is more for tablet. He inside a pants pocket should cause no discomfort measures. 'm Out. Now, should compete with Samsung's Notes.
Gsmarena...no more 'dummy announcements' its annoying! We just want the final full closure of the device once its revealed! #DONE
"LG will put it's flagship on sale the moment it is announced". Finally no more waiting to get the phone!