LG recently sent out invites for a 27 May event which is more than likely going to be the reveal of its G3 flagship handset. Now a photo has leaked showing the device clearly.

The photo, leaked on Korean site Seeko, shows a button-free white handset. It also reveals the device should have an extremely thin bezel on either side of the screen. This all makes sense as LG uses its Knock Code to unlock which doesn't require buttons.

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The rear buttons appear to be redesigned from the G2 with a flatter profile for up and down with a protruding central button. There is also a sensor of some sort next to the camera which could help take better photos. These also fit with previous rumours and photos that have leaked.

Other leaked specs suggest a 5.5-inch Quad HD display meaning a 2560 x 1440 resolution for 534ppi, OIS+ 16-megapixel camera, 3GB of RAM, 16GB and 32GB storage options, a polycarbonate build and microSD slot.

Expect to see the LG G3 unveiled officially on 27 May.