LG has scheduled an event on May 27th, which will simultaneously take place at multiple locations, where the company is expected to showcase it’s latest devices, including the LG G3, as well as the G Watch. We’ve seen a number of leaks about the LG G3 in the past few weeks, and what it will bring to the table. However, we haven’t seen any clear images of the handset, showcasing its design until now.
Recently, some images of the purported LG G3 made it to the internet in all its glory from Korean shores. The leaked images show the device’s front and back design with a plastic exterior. It seems the company will stick to some aspects found inside the LG G2, including the volume and power button on the back of the device. The screen looks bigger than the LG G2, suggesting the rumors about the gigantic 5.5-inch display might be true after all. Additionally, notice the extremely thin bezels on the screen side, as shown in the front image above.
There’s a microUSB port at the bottom, as well as a headphone jack. In addition, the back shows the camera with a dual-LED flash as well as a sensor — we don’t know what it is, could be the IR blaster.
As for the specifications, it’s rumored to come with a 5.5-inch display sporting a resolution of 2560 x 1440 pixels, 3GB of RAM, 16GB storage with a microSD card slot, Snapdragon 805 SoC and should come with Android 4.4.2 KitKat as its operating system.
A grain of salt is required for this rumor as there’s no confirmation about it from LG — there won’t be until the device is official. We’ll update you as soon as LG unveils its flagship device for 2014.