LG G3 back cover might have been leaked, as a photo has emerged on GSMArena‘s website showcasing some of its possible design features.
You just have to glance once over it and, you will be able to see that the volume buttons are still an important feature of LG G3, just like the ones that were packed on the previous LG G2 model. There is still a difference between the G3 and G2 volume buttons, as the new ones have been redesigned to better blend in with the overall look of the smartphone. Note that all we’ve posted in this article should be taken with ‘a pinch of salt’ until we see the official announcement being made by LG.
The leaked photo of the back case of LG G3 isn’t of high quality but you can clearly see that it still holds the LG logo, the same placement for volume / power buttons and the camera socket. If we were to believe that the photo is depicted the real LG G3 device, then we can safely say that the South Korean giant doesn’t want to take any major risk and innovating an already great smartphone design.
With the LG G2 being released last year in September then there shouldn’t be long before the new flagship smartphone gets its official announcement. The LG G3 leaked photo shows that there is a brand new sensor right next to the camera. There are some rumors saying that LG has added a heart rate sensor just like Samsung added to their Samsung Galaxy S5 device. We can’t be sure what it is, but it surely has to be something big that we hope to make it in the final version of the phone.
It is rumored that the LG G3 will come with a Quad-HD 5.5 inch screen, 3GB RAM, 13MP camera with Optical Image Stabilization (OIS) support, the Snapdragon 801 or a newer Snapdragon 805 version, 4K video recording support, Android 4.4.2 KitKat with improved Optimus UI and Knock Code and a 3200 mAh battery.
Use the comments section to speculate on what has LG in store for potential customers.