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LG G3 photo leaks suggest huge display

A duo of new high-resolution LG G3 photos have emerged online, providing a good look at what the upcoming 2014 flagship will look like.

With an LG G3 launch event scheduled for later this month, it’s not surprising that some brand new images of the phone have leaked online.

From what we can see from the images, the LG G3 will feature a huge display, which would be in line with rumours of a 5.5-inch 2560 x 1440p QHD resolution screen.

The screen seems to run nearly edge-to-edge, with a slim bottom bezel thanks to on-screen navigational buttons like the LG G2.

There’s a headphone jack on the bottom of the G3 along with a micro USB port for charging and microphone.

As for the back of the device, the redesigned volume rocker, hold button, new dual LED flash and camera casing all feature. There’s also the new purported IR blaster on the left hand side of the camera module.

Plus, there’s a new hole on the bottom left hand corner of the rear panel, which we previously believed to be a new sensor when seen on leaked cases, but have since had second thoughts.

The speakers on the LG G2 were at the bottom, either side of the micro USB port, but on the LG G3 they are nowhere to be seen.

Therefore, that port on the back must be the relocated speaker, which would explain the shape and location. Although, we fear the speaker could be easily covered when you’re holding the phone, muffling and occasionally muting the noises emitted by the phone.

Other rumoured LG G3 specs include a 2.5GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon processor with 2GB of RAM and 16GB of internal storage.

It is also expected to pack microSD card support, but we can’t see the side of the device properly to give any weight to those rumours.

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Via: DroidLife

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