The second button on the back panel turns out to be a laser beam to aid with night shots
Another round of pictures appears for the LG G3 and this time around we can see the gold paint job. Although the pictures of the phone are quite blurred but they are still clear enough to make out the design of the phone. One of the most prominent aspects of this new handset is going to be the main camera as well as some other features.
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According to the rumors, the phone is going to feature a 13 MP camera with the latest OIS+ stabilization found on the G Pro 2 and also it is going to record 4k videos. The second button next to the obvious flash on the back panel was giving us quite suspicions about another flash or some sensor but it turned out to be quite different than what we had been suspecting. This is a laser beam which is going to help the camera to produce better shots at night time. It is rare for the front camera to have some tricks at hand or some special features but this one does. For a selfie, all you have to do is clap your hand or just twist your fingers.
The 5.5 inch display of the phone is surrounded by extremely thin bezels and the logo has been placed below the display as well as at the back of the phone. LG has redesigned its rear-mounted volume keys and Power/Lock configuration and its looks more premium than the initial version found on the LG G2, G2 mini and G Pro 2. The invites for LG's press event on May 27 have already been sent out so we should all be ready to witness the phone more clearly when its unveiled.