For those unaware, Verizon's "testman" site is basically where Verizon tests everything out before they hit their main website. Which sounds pretty self explanatory, but had to be sure. It appears that Verizon has outed their variant of the LG G3 on their Testman website (which you can visit here), and you can see the page to sign up for more information. Which basically tells us that the LG G3 won't be launched on Tuesday, similar to the HTC One M8 did in March. It shows the LG G3 as "coming soon" but nothing about specs, or anything like that. We've heard that the LG G3 will be launching in June, so there's still some time.
The LG G3 is due to be announced on Tuesday in New York City at around 1pm ET. So if you're looking forward to seeing what LG has up their sleeve for the G3, be sure to keep it locked on Android Headlines for all the latest. Last week, LG had a press event in Korea, which showed off a lot of the specs including the 5.5-inch 2560x1440 resolution display, Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 processor, 3GB of RAM, 13MP Camera with OIS+, and a 2.1MP front-facing shooter, 32GB of storage with microSD card slot, along with a 3000mAh battery. We're also looking at Android 4.4.2 KitKat on board here. There's also said to be laser autofocus for the camera, which should make low-light pictures even more amazing.
The LG G2 was a pretty underrated device last year, many didn't expect much of anything from LG. So it'll be interesting to see the response to the G3 this year and how well it sells as well. We're expecting it to be available on all four major carriers shortly after the announcement on Tuesday. Which we'll post all that information once it becomes available, obviously. How many of you are excited for the official unveil of the LG G3? Be sure to let us know in the comments down below.