May 26 AT 8:38 AM Alex Wagner 4 Comments

LG G3 for Sprint shown off in new set of leaked images

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Looks like we can add another carrier to the list of providers that’ll sell the LG G3.

A new set of leaked renders has revealed the Sprint version of the LG G3. Shared by @evleaks, the images show the titanium gray and gold versions of the G3. While this unit lacks any hardware branding like the Verizon model has, we can see that the device’s status bar includes Sprint’s LTE and Sprint Spark network indicators.

At this point, it’s looking increasingly likely that the LG G3 will be available on all four major U.S. carriers, just like the G2 before it. We’ve now seen shots of the Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon models, and while there haven’t been an leaks of an AT&T-branded unit, LG and AT&T have been pretty friendly in the past, releasing devices like the LG Optimus G, Optimus G Pro, LG G2 and LG G Flex together.

The LG G3 is slated to make its official debut tomorrow, May 27. PhoneDog will be live at the London unveiling, so be sure to keep it locked to the site for more news on the G3 as it breaks!

Source: @evleaks

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  • Dave Kratter

    This confirmation is exactly what I’ve been waiting for, although I’d love to see some other color choices for Sprint. Hopefully it’ll be available by July 1 when I’m eligible for a new phone.

    Nice to see that Sprint didn’t put its branding all over the phone like some other companies have done.

  • Nigel

    Don’t care for on-contract from 4 carriers, only interest in off-contract so I can dance between the offers over the handset’s life for roughly half the cost with MVNOs.

    If LG want to stop OnePlus One in its tracks they need to sell for $350 unlocked off contract.The carriers can do sell whatever they like say $0 on contract. Not optimistic though, I see $700 on contract and the usual $199 on contract.

    • Orion78

      Ummm huh? This phone is going to sell way more than OnePlus no matter what the price is. Especially since it doesn’t have that stupid contest.

  • Eleonore

    Bigger screen, smaller bezel- that’s the way to go! I love LG G3 minimalistic design! Here, in 3D / WebGL it looks pretty impressive: http://versus.com/en/lg-g3-vs-samsung-galaxy-s5 I’m also really curious about camera with laser autofocus!

  1. This confirmation is exactly what I’ve been waiting for, although I’d love to see some other color choices for Sprint. Hopefully it’ll be available by July 1 when I’m eligible for a new phone.

    Nice to see that Sprint didn’t put its branding all over the phone like some other companies have done.

  2. NigelGuest 10 months ago

    Don’t care for on-contract from 4 carriers, only interest in off-contract so I can dance between the offers over the handset’s life for roughly half the cost with MVNOs.

    If LG want to stop OnePlus One in its tracks they need to sell for $350 unlocked off contract.The carriers can do sell whatever they like say $0 on contract. Not optimistic though, I see $700 on contract and the usual $199 on contract.

  3. EleonoreGuest 10 months ago

    Bigger screen, smaller bezel- that’s the way to go! I love LG G3 minimalistic design! Here, in 3D / WebGL it looks pretty impressive: http://versus.com/en/lg-g3-vs-samsung-galaxy-s5 I’m also really curious about camera with laser autofocus!