lg_g3With both Samsung and HTC’s flagships already out there in the market place with mixed success it is hard for an unreleased phone to gain traction starting so far behind. LG seem to be keeping their 2014 flagship present at the front of everyone’s newsfeeds through carefully orchestrated leaks and teasers. It seems that every few days a new LG G3 tidbit is leaked. Sometimes official, often not. Here at Ausdroid we have covered leaks regarding the LG G3 no less than 7 times in the past month.

Today, while everyone is focused on Motorola and their London announcement LG have once again conspired to stay relevant and at the forefront of everyone’s thoughts by releasing an official teaser video of the LG G3 to YouTube. The teaser shows the back of the phone and a moving camera in action meaning OIS is present. There is also vision showing a metallic finish on the back of the device and a large speaker grill.

Enticing also is the shot of the front of the phone showing a phone with an extremely minimal bezel with a massive display, most likely that 5.5 inch QHD LCD, 2560×1440 pixel display. LG will officially announce the G3 in London on May 27 so all will become clear then.

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Leaked specs so far include:

  • 5.5 inch QHD LCD, 2560×1440 pixel display
  • Android 4.4.2
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 MSM8974 CPU
  • 3GB RAM
  • 32GB Internal Storage
  • 13MP Camera with OIS

Anyone else interested in this phone? I certainly can’t wait to test it out.

Source: LG YouTube.
Via: DroidLife.
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James Z

there are rumours saying the back is not actually aluminum but a texture to make it look like brushed aluminum


I’d be fine with it either way tbh.


A good teaser video, except for the end.
The LG ‘Life’s Good’ brand spot does not work for this teaser.
They should have kept it off this G3 teaser. same as they did with the smartwatch one yesterday.


Yeah agree Just show people a well made product. I really wish they bump the space to 64gb flagship phone should have nothing less


I agree about the 64Gb. On a flagship device, today, 32Gb should be the minimum.
As for showing everything, no. This is a teaser. Teasers are NOT supposed to show everything. They hint at what might be, to build hype. Overall this teaser was great, except for the LG brand spot at the end.