New Leaks Shows Off The LG G3 In Titanium From Nearly Every Angle

The LG G3 leaks and press renders just won't stop. This time from evleaks, the newest press render shots show off this years LG flagship from every single angle you could ever want to see of the new phone. What I mean by that is the image shows of the front, back , side, and bottom of the device. It's obviously not every angle but the point was to show off the front and back to give users an idea of the width as well as the look of the display and the back, and the side and bottom of the device to show off just how thin the device is as well as those nice curves.

If you couldn't already tell just by looking, the phone has some insanely small bezels. That should be enough to make some people happy with it. We also get a nice full view of the back which houses the camera, and the sensor and LED flash, along with the return of those back placement volume keys. As for the color, this shot displays the upcoming LG G3 in a titanium hue, but we also know from the earlier press render leaks that it comes in a gold and white as well. Which color is the best suited for you?

We don't know a whole lot about the LG G3 right now other than what we can see, and with the exception of the Android version that it'll be running which is of course Android 4.4.2 Kit Kat. We also know that once May 27th rolls around, we'll probably get to see and hear a lot more about the device, and likely some of the best stuff. More images and leaks are sure to pop up in the mean time so there's always a good chance that what we don't know now we might end up finding out from a leak before the phones official announcement date. So far from what we've seen, the LG G3 is shaping up to look like a very exciting device launch and we really think that LG is starting to come around as a real competitor. The most important pieces of information about the device still elude us, like the prices, launch date and launch locations but we'll know those in due time.

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