On Saturday, an image was leaked which reportedly shows off the upcoming G3 flagship smartphone from LG. Up to this point, no pictures have been leaked of this device yet, so this could be our first real look at what LG has been working on since last year’s G2.
The photo is of the device’s backside, which shows off a more flush back-button layout. The center power button appears to be made of a chrome/metallic material, with the volume up and down buttons resembling plastic possibly. Unfortunately, the angle and hardcore vignette filter on the photo makes details a bit hard to confirm on the design.
As for the notes on the piece of paper that the device is sitting on, they speak of OIS+ camera technology, 2GB / 3GB (of RAM?), and 16GB and 32GB (of storage?). This could refer to two different devices coming from LG or could be something entirely different. Until LG unveils the G3, we can’t know anything for certain.
Just from the backside of the device, do we like what we see? Are you a fan of the back-facing buttons?