Blurry cam photos and in-the-wild shots of the LG G3 be damned — (semi) official press renders are about to take over. The LG G3 has been leaked in full glory ahead of its May 27th unveiling, giving us a look at this device in its best light and angle.
The leaks confirm mostly everything we know about the design to this point — the rear placement of volume and power buttons return, albeit in more round form. The international version is also poised to feature an extendable antenna for use in certain markets (but folks in the US need not apply if the LG G2 is anything to go by).
One thing we still can’t figure out is an extra sensor on the rear of the device. We’re not sure if it’s some sort of infrared blaster or event a fingerprint scanner, but it shouldn’t be long before those details are made available to us by the South Korean company.
Other details, such as specs, have been talked about for a while now. Long story short: if the rumors are accurate then the LG G3 should be able to match, and maybe even exceed, the capabilities of the Samsung Galaxy S5 and HTC One M8. It’ll do so with a supposed 2560 x 1440 display and either a Snapdragon 800 or Snapdragon 801 processor (we’re hoping it’s the latter, of course). We’ll know a lot more by the end of the month.