The LG G3 has leaked online again, this time in two photographs which show the flagship Android handset more clearly than ever before.
To be announced at a global media event on 27 May, the G3 is expected to feature a 5.5-inch screen with a ‘Quad HD’ resolution of 2560 x 1440 and a huge pixel density of 534 per inch, far higher than any other phone on the market.
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Leaked on Korean website Seeko, the images show a phone with no physical buttons and an extremely narrow screen bezel. The lack of a home button suggests the G3 will use LG’s Knock On feature, where the user taps the screen twice to wake the phone. This will probably be upgraded to Knock Code, as seen on the LG G Pro 2.
Knock Code lets the user set a pattern of between two and eight taps to act as a password.
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Also similar to the G Pro 2 - and last year’s G2 - the G3 has buttons on its rear to control the volume and turn the phone on and off. These are joined by a camera, flash and a mystery sensor which could be a fingerprint scanner for biometric security, or a heart rate monitor, as seen on the Samsung Galaxy S5.
All will be revealed at LG’s media event on 27 May.