May 14 AT 10:43 AM Alex Wagner 6 Comments

LG G3 press renders reportedly leak, give us a clear look at LG’s new hardware


Earlier this week, LG gave us our first official look at the G3 in a brief teaser video. The company didn’t really show much of the actual hardware, though, instead giving us quick close-up shots of the G3’s rear camera and branding. You know what that means: rumor mill to the rescue!

Today the folks at PhoneArena have shared what they say are official press renders of the LG G3. The image show the G3 in dark gray, white and gold duds, all of which are colors that we’ve previously heard will be offered. The rest of the hardware lines up with past leaks as well, featuring a thin bezel, rounded rear button setup and brushed effect backside.

The G3 is LG’s next major Android smartphone and is expected to debut at an event on May 27. The device will reportedly pack a 5.5-inch 2560×1440 display, 13-megapixel rear camera and 3000mAh battery. So far, the G3 is shaping up to be a formidable flagship, and its super high-res display is sure to garner it some extra attention when it finally hits store shelves.

Which of these three LG G3 models do you think looks the best?

Source: PhoneArena

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  • Manjunath

    Very nice look

  • EuriTig

    Very nice LG….no news about micro-SD card slot and the camera IOS????
    Is the back the self healing one from LG-FLEX???? Polycarbonate ?

  • Rgallo

    i had the G2 and it was a great phone cant wait for the G3 to come out i hope that the phone gets released right away after the 28th and in all 3 colors.

  • MattJ

    Oh man look at those bezels! I’m no fan of LG’s software but their hardware is looking really realy good. I really hope this becomes the Nexus 6

    • masterpfa

      Same here
      Larger screen (5.2″ minimum) with minimum bezels and please please please Google & Nexus a larger capacity battery and better camera

      (For the Nexus 6 I mean)