It appears that Sprint will be along for the ride in making sure that the LG G3 is available just about anywhere you look once it is announced.
Unlike Verizon – which is well-known for making sure its branding is clearly seen on its phones – the LG G3 for Sprint appears to be clean as a whistle when it comes to logos. In the newest image of the LG G3 for Sprint, revealed today by trusted mobile leaker @evleaks, the handset only carries LG’s logo on the front and back with Sprint’s name and swooping logo not appearing anywhere on the exterior of the device. According to the leak, the handset color is referred to as “titanium” and other than that it doesn’t look any different on the outside from all of the LG G3 images we’ve seen leading up to tomorrow’s announcement event.
The LG G3 will be announced at an event on May 27 and is said to feature a 5.5-inch Quad HD display and circular lockscreen UI along with the same high-end internal hardware that’s been leaking non-stop for the past few weeks. The G3 is expected to to pack 3GB of RAM, a Snapdragon 801 processor and a 3000mAh battery.
TechnoBuffalo will be covering LG’s announcement from New York City on Tuesday morning. Check in then for live coverage as we finally get our official first look at the new flagship smartphone.