LG has only recently announced the addition of the LG G Pro 2 to its line-up of smartphones, but that isn't likely to be the only flagship device coming from the company this year.
The company told the Korean arm of ZDnet that the G Pro 2 shouldn't be considered a rival to Samsung's upcoming flagship, suggesting the LG G3 will be filling those boots instead.
Details surrounding the device are thin on the ground at the moment, but we have rounded up the rumours circulating about the LG G3 so far. As usual, we will update this feature as more information becomes available.
LG G3 release date
The LG G3 is rumoured to be arriving on the very specific date of 17 May. This came from PhoneArena who cited a report from Korean website Asiae.
The LG G2 was only launched in September last year, which would mean a very short upgrade cycle if the May rumour is accurate.
LG G3 display
The same source claiming the LG G3's release date has also predicted the display for the device.
PhoneArena sourcing Asiae says the display will come with a 1440 x 2560 resolution that will be slightly larger than the LG G2. This could mean we will see a 5.5-inch display or thereabouts on the LG G3.
LG G3 camera
There haven't been many substantial rumours focusing on the camera yet, but the LG G3 is said to be coming with a 16-megapixel rear-camera, if only a light on details.
LG G3 features
According to Korea-based ETNews, the entire line of 2014 LG handsets will include fingerprint technology, although this wasn't the case for the LG G Pro 2.
The site claims the LG G3 will be coming with a fingerprint scanner rather than iris scanning technology because of issues that could arise due to premature technology, dark rooms and other factors.
The idea of some kind of biometric scanner for user authentication has also been hinted at by the company itself during the South Korean press conference for the LG G Pro 2.
LG executives confirmed the company was "considering all possibilities" when it comes to eye-recognition or fingerprint scanning technology for its next device.
LG G3 processor
The LG G3 is also said to be feature an octa-core processor under its hood, which would make it a pretty speedy device.
That about all for now, but we'll keep you up to date on any further developments when it comes to the new LG smartphone.