Here's A Peek At The Lunchboxed T-Mobile LG G3 Developer Edition

The LG G3 could be just around the corner and there have already been plenty of leaks for the regular model, but just this afternoon evleaks has posted some images of the T-mobile Developer Edition of the LG G3. This is not quite a full gallery of pictures as the source suggests, at least not in the way that we'd hope. There are plenty of images to see but only a few really give us a look at the device, and the phone is not in a finished or final state, while the others are simply images of the screen while the display is pointed to particular parts of the Play Store. Nonetheless, the images are definitely worth a look and if you were curious to see what the device is starting to look like here it is.

The first image shows off the settings menu/Software information and displays that the device will be running on Android 4.4.2 Kit Kat, it also shows the devices kernel version which is 3.4.0. We can't quite see the baseband version or the build number because those values have been blurred out. We can also see one image of the front of the device with the screen on and one of the back showing off the devices battery, and then finally there is a closeup shot of the phones camera without the body on.

The rest of the images are just closeup images of the display while browsing through the Play Store and one where it shows the benchmark score in what looks like AnTuTu benchmark application. Benchmarks? Yep. There is a benchmark image in there, and the LG G3 developer edition seems to score pretty nicely in it. It gets an A+ rating with a score of  36,276, which by all accounts sounds pretty decent to us. Of course we'll have to wait and see if we can get our hands on one down the road before we can really speak to the actual performance. Keep in mind these images are just a quick look of the Developer Edition device in a lunchboxed state as evleaks puts it, and it's obvious that a consumer ready model is going to have the proper body and look much nicer.

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