With the LG G3 expected to be officially announced on May 27th the beans have been spilling at a rapid rate. Only days ago we got a look at some spy shots of the device followed by an official tease from LG. Now the first press renders of the phone in three different color schemes have made their way online.
As with earlier leaks, the phone — seen here in gold, black, and white — has a brushed metal motif that equates to a fairly premium-looking handset. Appearances might only be skin-deep, however, as current speculation says this brush metal design is achieved without the use of any actual brushed metal. Much like the awful faux-leather finish that has graced a number of Samsung devices, the G3 is expected to feature a polycarbonate construction that mimics the look (and, to a lesser extent, feel) of a different material.
For those playing along at home, the G3 is rumored to feature a 5.5-inch Quad-HD display, Snapdragon 805 quad-core processing, 3GB of RAM, and a 13MP camera. All this in a package, that judging by what we have seen so far, keeps as compact as possible. Particularly of note is the bezel around the display (or lack thereof). It’s not quite an edge-to-edge display, but it’s getting there.