Best LG G3 pics yet show handset from multiple angles


So far, this week has been a great one for news about the LG G3: we caught out first glimpse at the phone’s hardware, got a closer-up look at the new rear button layout, and finally saw LG send out invites to what’s almost certainly the G3’s launch event. But now that the week’s winding down, that doesn’t mean the flow of G3 news is drying up; far from it. Today we get our best look at the phone yet, with the release of a few pics from multiple sources.

The pair of shots up top give us our clearest look at the G3 to date. Unlike in that very dark photo we started off the week with, not only is the entire rear of the phone now visible, but we also get our first glimpse at how the handset will appear around front. Granted, it would be nice to see a more front-on view rather than these at-an-angle shots, and we’d love to see the phone powered-on here, but those minor complaints aside, this is still one leak we’re very happy to see.

But that’s not all. That very dark pic we shared with you on Monday makes a return, not just a heck of a lot brighter and without that stupid filter applied, but also without that circular mask that obscured the phone’s top and bottom. The quality is even high enough now for us to get a bit of a sense for the texture users can expect from LG’s choice of materials.

Seeing more of the list alongside the G3 here may also help clue us in to some specs and features. The phone certainly won’t have the 2TB memory mentioned here, but maybe that could be some cloud storage promotion? The big 3000mAh battery should be removable, and that 5.5-inch quad HD screen is further looking confirmed.


Source: Seeko, Android Central
Via: phoneArena

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