LG G3 QuickCircle case poses for the camera, as new carrier render leaks


In twenty-four hours, the LG G3 will be official, taking its rightful place as the manufacturer’s latest flagship. Probably due in no small part to all the leaks that have emerged to date, there’s been a heck of a lot of buzz building up around this handset, and even in these final hours, we’ve got a few more tidbits arriving for us to check out. This morning, we look at some new shots of the G3’s QuickCircle cover, as well as check out the phone’s carrier render for Sprint.

But wait; didn’t the QuickCircle cover already launch? True, and LG revealed the cover in all five of its color options late last week. So how are some new pics any news? Well, LG did confirm the QuickCircle, but it also didn’t share very much in the way of imagery, and while we saw those five renders (not to mention a video), all we ended up with were head-on palette-swapped shots. Instead, today we get to see real-life photos of the case both on and off the handset. That offers us some new insight into the accessory, as we see the presence of QuickCircle backs both with and without the circuitry for wireless charging. While LG had already told us that wireless charging would be “possible,” it wasn’t clear if all QuickCircle cases would support the feature.

Separately, there’s this new carrier render, supposedly for Sprint. Compared to the Verizon version, this render is the picture of restraint, not dolling the phone up with multiple carrier logos. Really, the only indication we see that tags this as a Sprint model is that Sprint Spark icon on the status bar.

Check back with us tomorrow for full coverage of LG’s launch event.

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Source: MaiNguyen (Google Translate), @evleaks
Via: phoneArena

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