The LG G3 is not done being leaked left and right quite yet. Now that we are less than a week away from the official reveal, it is time for carrier versions of the device to start leaking out.

Yesterday, we took a look at the T-Mobile version of the device in great depth. Today, the victim is a Verizon model of the G3.

The device shows pretty much exactly what we’d expect. We have the G3 with what appears to be its stock wallpaper (we have seen that one multiple times), along with the same clock widget LG has even publicly shown.

The carrier-specific branding comes in the notification bar, with Verizon’s “4G LTE” logo, and on the front and back of the device. Even with its tiny bezels, the G3 has a Verizon logo in the top right corner of the front side. On the back, where it’s more spacious, Verizon has possibly fit in both “Verizon” and “4G LTE” logos.

This branding is almost exactly what we saw on last year’s G2, so we aren’t too surprised. Anyone annoyed by the excessive branding?

Source: @evleaks

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