More Image Leaks Of The LG G3 Because You Just Can't Get Enough

We're sorry we have to force feed you more leaked images of LG's upcoming flagship device,(ok we're not really)the LG G3 which is slated to get its announcement and unveiling from the Korean manufacturer next week, on May 27th. Until we see the phone in all its glory at the event that LG will be holding we'll have to settle for all the renders, leaked photos and everything else we've seen thus far. We're actually kind of surprised there hasn't been a leaked YouTube video yet but we're sure it's on the way. Thanks to these new leaked images that Techno Buffalo received from an anonymous tipster, we can see the device from more angles than we've seen before and it's beginning to look like a really enticing option for the next phone upgrade.

The QHD display looks beautiful in these render shots and we know it'll only look better in person. Wouldn't you agree? Besides the QHD screen the LG G3 will also be carrying a 3,000mAh battery to power the device, but we're more interested in the what the actual length of the battery life will be as opposed to the battery capacity. With 3,000mAh it shouldn't be a problem for most users to get a full days use out of it without having to charge it, although that is just speculation. Battery life always varies based on personal use so suggested battery life won't really matter to some in the end anyway.

The rest of the specs are rounding out to be the a 13-MP OIS camera, Android 4.4 Kit Kat out of the box with LG's newly revamped and redesigned UI that has a more flat style to it this time around, 3GB of RAM and an internal storage space of 32GB. We like that LG decided to go with 32GB on this one and wish that more devices would use this as the standard. Even though we know the colors, most of the specs, and the design of the LG G3, there will likely be some surprises and cool stuff to see at the announcement so make sure you keep an eye out for some of the stuff to come. We'll be sure to update you the day of the event.

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