May 27th - There are only a few short hours between us and the grand unveiling of the LG G3, but even more leaks are rushing in for last minute spotlights ahead of the big show.
May 26th - Want a swift look at how the LG G3 is going to be presented at retail after it's unveiled tomorrow? Newly-leaked photos of dummy units have spawned online.
May 23rd - If there was any question the LG G3 was coming to Verizon -- and would have carrier logos on the front and back -- @evleaks is giving us some peace of mind.
May 23rd - One more LG G3 video for the road. This time, LG is hyping the G3's large 5.5-inch display, but reasonably sized overall form factor. Because you know, bigger is always better.
May 22nd - The LG G3 Developer Edition has been leaked for T-Mobile. If it looks different than previous leaks, that's because it's in a special "lunchbox" case to keep it disguised while it's being tested for network compatibility.
May 21st - Check out the first official video for the LG G3's upcoming Quick Circle case. Aside from its "stylish" looks, LG says it will add wireless charging and an SDK will be available next month for developers.
May 21st - We now know the actual size of the LG G3 and spoiler: it's about as tall (and a little wider) than the HTC One M8. Check out everything that was revealed during LG's preview event in our post!
May 20th - The LG G3 cometh. But before it can hit US shores, the phone must first gain FCC approval. Looks like it received yesterday as the LG D850. Release is imminent. Can you feel it?
May 15th - We've already seen the LG G3's colorful new UI leaked in the past, but this time we're seeing it in landscape mode. Clean and colorful.
May 15th - LG G3 leaks again, this time showing off a new UI for the lockscreen. Not only that, it appears that mystery black sensor on the back could be more than just an IR blaster. More details in the post.
May 14th - 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.