The LG G3 will be unveiled globally on May 27th at events in London, New York, San Francisco, Singapore, Istanbul and Seoul.
A fresh image of the LG G3 has leaked ahead of the smartphones official unveiling later this month. So what does the snap tell us about LG's next flagship smartphone, which hopes to rival the Samsung Galaxy S5, Sony Xperia Z2 and HTC One M8?
Well, the LG G3 appears to constructed of plastic and has been given a glossy finish. The minimal bezels surrounding the display help the smartphones appearance, but we can't help feeling it lacks the wow factor of the aluminium HTC One M8, or the glass design of the Xperia Z2.
One thing to note is the lack of a homescreen button, so it's pretty nailed-on the LG G3 will integrate LG's Knock-On feature. That enables a user to wakeup the smartphone by tapping the screen and it's also likely to support the new Knock-Code feature which adds support for tappable passwords.
The most intriguing thing we spotted in the images was the unidentified sensor on the rear of the LG G3 (beneath the camera module). It could well be the rumoured fingerprint sensor, or possibly even a heartbeat sensor (similar to the one featured on Samsung's Galaxy S5).
Rumours suggest that the LG G3 will have a 5.5-inch QHD display (2560 x 1440 pixels), giving the smartphone a staggering 554ppi (pixels-per-inch) rating. It looks set to be powered by an Octa-core processor and will come with a 13-mega-pixel camera.
We will bring you full details of the LG G3 on May 27th when the smartphone is officially unveiled.
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