LG Lucid 3 outed in new leak, Verizon branding aplenty


LG Lucid 3 VS876

When LG unveiled their next generation mid-range devices at this year’s Mobile World Congress (namely, their F-Series), we had little doubt they’d end up in some form or another on US shores. Verizon is no stranger to LG and their handsets, so it doesn’t come as much of a surprise to find leaked images of the upcoming LG Lucid 3 as uncovered by @evleaks.

Carrying a tweaked (read: more rounded) G-series-esque design — along with Verizon’s hickeys logos on the front and back of the device — the phone looks more like a LG G2 Mini than one of LG’s new F-Series handsets. If based on the LG F90, expect a whopping 3,000mAh battery 4.7-inch qHD display, and days-upon-days of battery life.

No word specs or launch date, but the LG Lucid 3 to squeeze comfortably in the affordable pricing bracket when released later this year. We’ll keep you posted.

Chris Chavez
I've been obsessed with consumer technology for about as long as I can remember, be it video games, photography, or mobile devices. If you can plug it in, I have to own it. Preparing for the day when Android finally becomes self-aware and I get to welcome our new robot overlords.

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  1. Five logos on one phone… smh

    1. Buy a NEXUS

      1. I have several Nexus devices thank you very much, in addition to my htc One. The problem isn’t the device, it’s the carrier. But I appreciate your snark anyways. ;)

        1. You’re welcome very much. Having an HTC ONE, you should know how much branding is on them

          1. yeah… you’re an idiot. my htc One has barely any branding on it. But yea, thanks for trying troll.

          2. Just because someone disagrees with you DOES NOT make them a troll. Look up the proper definition of the word troll. It gets thrown around way too easily these days.

          3. So nice to see this comment! I am so sick of that stupid internet word! I specifically call it an internet word because I NEVER hear it anywhere other than on the internet.

          4. It’s ridiculous. People think just because someone disagreed with them that they’re a troll. Unfortunately for me though, I have heard it many a time in real life.

      2. How does that apply to Verizon?

    2. And that’s missing the home button logo.Must be a render……….

  2. Hopefully LG doesn’t allow Verizon to place their hideous logo on the front again with the G3…but I wouldn’t be surprised if Verizon responded to this by threatening not to release the G3. Seriously though I don’t understand why Verizon needs so many damn logos.

  3. This IS just a rebranded LG G2 Mini.

    1. Which is a rebranded LG L90. Lol

  4. Wow. That’s a huge battery for that screen size and resolution. Days and days of battery life, indeed. Nailed it.

    I wonder if LG will bother to update it, though. They’ve been pretty famously terrible about updating their Lucid line (probably also thanks to Verizon).

    1. If it’s on KitKat, it shouldn’t really matter. The only people that really really care about updates are tech heads like ourselves. I know most of my friends who run Android or iOS have no idea what version they’re on, nor do they care.

      1. Yeah, I figured the same thing. But, it’s nice to see at least ONE major update to even a lower end smartphone even if users don’t care that much (and iOS people are always waving it in my face that their devices are supported for so long).

        I know my friend with his original LG Lucid wish it had at least gotten the benefits from Project Butter/Google Now in Jelly Bean (Android 4.1), but it’s stuck on ICS. It’s a prepaid phone, though.

        1. Also, the downside is the price. You pay the premium, you get the perks. You can’t expect flagship quality service if you’re only spending $200 compared to a flagship which might cost you about $800.

  5. why do consumers allow companies to put their name on products they don’t make? Consumers allow this by purchasing that garbage simmilar to supporting the counterfeit business by purchashing products made by one company with a FAKE name stuck to it, wait what companies do this that are not in the u.s.? But keep supporting counterfeiting companies who decide it’s ok to put their name on something they didn’t make like my Sony TV has that department store name tattooed all-over-it. Oh Yeah!! I wouldn’t give my money away for such ridiculous bologna but you can accept that horse manure =)
    makes it harder to unlock your device with a fake name stuck to it, wait a second! isn’t unlocking your cellphone illegal in the us? HAHA nice FREE country huh

    1. Free doesn’t mean you can do whatever the hell you want. Also, what the heck are you even talking about? It just sounds like a bunch of rambling. This is half ramble, half rant about the United States. Please, rewrite your sentence so people can understand what you’re saying.

  6. Looks like a samsung s3.

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