Just when we thought that there could be no more leaks for the soon to be announced LG G3 smartphone, we see yet another that may also be the biggest thus far about the handset.
An LG fan was apparently lucky enough to pull out a camera and click images of presentation slides at may have been an early preview event of the LG G3 - if real, LG may not need to bother with the handset's official introduction. G for Games has posted five images of the LG G3 presentation, detailing the specifications
According to the alleged presentation slides, the LG G3 will run on Android 4.4 KitKat OS, sport LTE/LTE-A connectivity, and bear 32GB of inbuilt storage (no word on expansion). Other specifications included 3GB of LPDDR3 RAM, a 13-megapixel rear camera with Optical Image Stabilisation (OIS+), a 2.1-megapixel front-facing camera and a 3000mAh battery. There is however, nothing new to add in the list.
The alleged LG presentation slides also showed off the LG G3's USB 2.0/Bluetooth 4.0 and NFC connectivity options along with a 5.5-inch QHD IPS display with 538ppi pixel density, something which was confirmed by the company last month. The dimensions of the handset were also revealed at 146.3x74.6x8.9mm, a hint of which we got hours before in a cover case leak by Spigen.
Another feature boasted off in the slides is the inclusion of a 1-watt speaker on the LG G3 handset. A couple slides is seen comparing the screen brightness and quality of LG G3 with its rival, the Samsung Galaxy S5 (Review | Pictures), contrasting the display and camera.
A couple of alleged LG presentation slides also focus on a new technique on the LG G3 for taking selfie shots. While the first slide focuses on what we think is a laser autofocus sensor placed on the left side of the camera, the second slide focuses on taking selfies by just clenching the fist of the hand while holding the handset. We assume that both these techniques are related but like others, we would have to wait until the official launch.
LG has sent out invitations for an event scheduled to take place in three cities on May 27 - London, New York, and San Francisco; followed by a May 28 launch event in Singapore, Istanbul, and Seoul.