The G3, LG's latest flagship smartphone, will be officially unveiled tomorrow, but we've seen some leaked designs and features already, from its brushed-metal body to its fast-working laser autofocus system. Now, LG's Netherlands site looks to have posted a product page early, giving us a better look at the new phone. The page details a sleek device with a 5.5-inch, 2560 x 1440 screen, something we were already expecting based on past leaks. A 13-megapixel rear camera, complete with aforementioned laser autofocus, also isn't surprising.
The new specs, however, do promise somewhat less than we'd previously heard. Earlier leaks showed 3GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage, but here, we see 2GB of RAM and 16GB of storage. A Snapdragon quad-core chip will provide "up to" 2.5GHz of processing power, which is a bit slower than the Snapdragon 805 chip we'd originally heard about. Last year's LG flagship, the G2, had beefy specs and a great screen, and the first set of leaked G3 specs would be a marked step up (on paper, at least) from this spring's batch of phones. The second, lower set would put it about on par with them, if what we're seeing isn't a regional variation.
We've already seen pictures of the G3, and LG has already begun officially touting accessories like the QuickCircle case; there are plenty more available on the product page. We're still waiting on availability details, but everything should be cleared up after the official London launch event this Tuesday.