The LG G3 has been completely revealed through multiple leaks in recent months. But now there are newly-leaked press images that provide an even closer look at the upcoming flagship smartphone.

Phone Arena has published a handful of promotional stills that show off the LG G3's fancy colour options, brushed-metal finish, super slim bezels surrounding the display, LG logo below the screen and on the back of the device, textured rear buttons, and new placement of volume and power/lock toggles compared to its predecessor. Again, we've seen these features before, though a second (third, fourth, etc) look never hurts.

Earlier this month, LG Display confirmed its LG G3 would boast a 5.5-inch QHD display with a 2560 x 1440-pixel resolution and 534ppi. As for all the rumoured specs, the LG G3 could feature a Snapdragon 801 chipset, 3GB of RAM, 32GB of internal memory with microSD expansion, a 3,000mAh-capacity battery, a water-resistance rating of IPX7, and LG's Optimus UI and Google Now-like service.

The LG G3 is also expected to include nifty camera features including a 13MP rear-facing shooter, OIS+ stabilisation, 4K video recording, a laser beam for night shots, and software tricks like the ability to clap your hands or twist your finger to take a selfie. The camera might also support voice commands, where you would be able to say "cheese" or "whisky" to snap a photo. Strange, we know.

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