LG G3 Cases Show Up For Sale Online With New Cutout Space

With all the speculation on what the OnePlus One might look like out of the way, techies and smartphone enthusiasts can go back to the focus of LG's new flagship design. While there have been some renders and a few supposed leaks we have yet to see any official photos, so nobody really has a true idea of what the phone will look like exactly. This leaked image of a G3 case though suggests that at least the case maker thinks they have a pretty good idea of what the design will be like. According to the image and if the case actually does evoke the phones design, then it would seem LG might is keeping the same back button form factor as the LG G2. The case is up on the wholesale accessory website Aliexpress and has the cutout for the back power button along with the camera, so we can assume that the design stays the same.

It's interesting to see cases pop up before any official images of the phone make their way to the general public, but perhaps the case manufacturer knows something we don't or maybe they're just throwing up a hail mary and hoping they got it right. Either way, we can see from the case that there also seems to be room for LED flash and perhaps a sensor to compete with the one on the GS5, and a cutouts at the bottom for the charging port and headphone jack. If things stay the same with G3 as from the predecessor, than we can expect no buttons on the sides which this case seems to support.

So far rumors about the G3 are stating the possibility of the Snapdragon 801 processor being inside the device, which would make sense if it's to compete with the Galaxy S5 and other flagships like the OnePlus One who have that exact processor. Screen size could be 5.5-inches and RAM is said to be coming in at 2GB, although we're hoping for 3GB. Internal storage space will most likely be set at 32GB with a memory card slot, and a battery of at least 3,000 mAh.

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