The recent spurt of LG G3 leaks have generally focused on the QHD display and the new flatter UI. A screenshot leaked courtesy of GSMArena, focuses on the back and shows the revamped back-mounted buttons. Also Read - LG introduces next-gen OLED EX displays with 30 percent brighter panels: Check detailsAlso Read - While Indians wait for 5G, Korea is already looking to test 6G
The back button setup we saw on the G2, will again be featured on the forthcoming G3. The buttons though look different and are sleeker than before. Also seen in the above photo is a sensor alongside the primary camera, though there is currently no word on what this sensor does.
From what we know of the forthcoming flagship device so far, it is said to feature a QHD display (2560 1440 pixels), 2GB of RAM, 16-megapixel rear camera and 32GB of internal storage. It will run on Android KitKat wrapped under LG s new flatter UI.
In addition to the G3, reports also claim that LG will soon be launching the G3 mini, which is expected to feature a 720p display, an 8-megapixel rear camera and run on Android 4.4.2 KitKat wrapped under LG s Optimus UI.