A new image of LG’s G3 has leaked, giving us yet another glimpse of how the design is changing for this year’s flagship. The photo isn’t of the highest caliber, but we can clearly see how the rear configuration has evolved. There’s a circular sleep/wake/power button now, and the device’s camera is now flanked by a dual LED and what we’d assume to be some sort of sensor, perhaps a fingerprint scanner or heart rate sensor.
It doesn’t appear the device will break away from its slippery plastic, so that’s a bit of a disappointment; we’d prefer more of a soft touch. On the inside, we’re hearing the G3 will sport a 5.5-inch QHD display, 13-megapixel camera and 3000mAh battery. Additionally, the device will supposedly feature a reworked skin from LG, and some new software tweaks, such as “Gesture Palm Selfie” and “Quick Circle.”
LG has already confirmed the G3 is a lock for Q2, with an event scheduled for May 27. Now it’ll just be a matter of whether LG will launch the device on the same day it’s announced, or sometime in early June. We’ll find out soon enough.