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LG G3 will come in brushed metal chassis?

LG's upcoming phone and the South Korean multinational consumer electronics manufacturing company's 2014 flagship will not be a fingerprint magnet, according to the leading tipster, evleaks from Twitter.

There is not much details listed in the new photograph as it's cropped within the limits, the yet to go official smartphone from Life's Good looks to feature the brushed metal finish or pattern on the back cover. We are not sure on LG's plans this time, but seeing an high-end smartphone like the rumored G3 coming out of the box crafted in metal chassis is always impressive. But let us remind you, this can also be another polycarbonate build in a different taste, as seen from the last generations of Samsung front runners.

As we were earlier rumored with the device's memory expand ability with a microSD slot on board, we now have some solid evidence posted in evleak's new web domain, confirming that the new upcoming smartphone will have a removable back battery door and a battery with a microSD card slot for further memory expansion. Other refresh planned by LG for their G2 successor includes the redesigned hardware button on the back of the unit, placed under the camera lens, an unknown sensor towards the left side of the primary shooter, as we hear reports of it to be a biometrics reader or an IR Blaster, accompanied by a dual-tone LED flash on the right.

The new leaked smartphone is expected to ship with a Quad-Core Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 processor speeding at 2.3GHz, 16 and 32 gigabytes of internal mass memory (expandable via microSD card slot), two or three gigabytes of Random Access Memory, 13 megapixels main camera on the back with Optical Image Stabilization Plus and a 2.1 megapixels front facing snapper, a 3,00mAh powered batter and running Android's new version 4.4 or 4.4.2 KitKat with LG's own redesigned Optimus User Interface. The Koreans are holding an event on 27th and 28th of May in six different cities around the world, where we expect the phone to make it's debut officially.

Source: evleaks (Twiiter)@evleaks