After seeing the alleged screenshots from the upcoming LG G3, an image surfaced purportedly depicting the LG G3 buttons on the back of the device, backed up by a photo of a case that seems to follow the layout. According to the manufacturer itself, the “LG G3 flagship” should be announced sometime this quarter, and, with April already ending, it is either next month or July (the sooner the better for LG in competing with Samsung and HTC).

A new picture leaked by @evleaks comes as another confirmation of the slightly redesigned back-button layout on the upcoming phone. What we’re seeing is the camera with its flash, the three buttons (power, volume controls), as well as another sensor which might or might not be a hear-rate monitor a la Samsung Galaxy S5. Aside from the 2K display, rumors also urge us to expect a Snapdragon 801 processor, 3GB of RAM, 32GB of storage, and other goodies.

Source: @evleaks (Twitter)

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