LG G3, the next flagship Android-based handset from the South Korean mobile phone maker, is expected to arrive on shelves sometime this summer with a design similar to that of LG G2 from last year, and an allegedly leaked photo with the device appears to confirm this.
The image, available courtesy of GSMArena, shows that LG G3 will sport Volume and Power buttons on the back, beneath the camera, just as LG G2 did.
Moreover, it also unveiled that these buttons have been slightly changed, and that LG will also include a new sensor next to the camera, which explains the cut hole spotted in plastic cases for the device earlier this week.
The smartphone will pack a LED flash to one side of the camera, with the aforementioned sensor on the other side, though no specific info on what this will serve for has been provided as of now.
LG G3 is said to arrive on shelves with 2GB of RAM and 16GB of internal memory, though LG might also release versions with 3GB of RAM inside and 32GB of storage.
The handset, supposedly running under Android KitKat, should hit the market with a 13MP or a 16MP camera on the back, improved optical image stabilization capabilities, and a large, 5.5-inch touchscreen display, while being powered by a Snapdragon 801 processor.