LG G3 Dummy Units Appear in Korea Ahead of Announcement

Even though the LG G3 is due to be announced on Tuesday, that doesn't mean that Korean retailers aren't getting ready for the launch. Some images of the white LG G3 dummy unit have appeared on a Korean blog this morning. It pretty much looks just like all the other renders and press images we've seen over the past few days. So there's not much of a surprise here anymore. The LG G3 is due to be on every US carrier in June, although we've already seen the T-Mobile variant leak out earlier this week.

The specs of the LG G3 are supposedly a 5.5-inch 2560x1440 resolution display, Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 processor, 3GB of RAM, 32GB of storage with a microSD card slot, 3000mAH battery, 13MP camera with OIS+ and a 2.1MP front-facing camera, along with Android 4.4.2 on board and a refreshed version of LG's UI, still named the Optimus UI. As you can see the rear buttons are back, although slightly redesigned. The camera also has laser auto-focus which is supposed to be great for low-light images and taking pictures faster in low-light environments. Which we'll test that out once we get a review unit.

Tuesday is the day for LG. And they've been leaking out their next flagship like crazy and building hype for their device. In fact, they even announced it in Korea earlier this week. Although I'm hoping the specs are a bit different for the US and international models, as I really want a Snapdragon 805 processor, especially with that display. Obviously, we'll have to wait til Tuesday, to find out for sure. It's definitely a very anticipated device, and one that we should be seeing launching in just a few weeks. It appears to be made out of metal, or aluminum, but there's no confirmation on that just yet. LG has also stuck with softkeys for the G3 as well.

How many of you out there are anxious to see the LG G3 on Tuesday when it finally becomes official? Be sure to let us know in the comments down below.

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