The LG G3 won't be officially revealed until later this month, but pictures claiming to show the device in all it's golden glory have emerged online.
That ever-so-prolific Evleaks has been at it again this weekend, posting press renders of the device from multiple angles and in fancy shades of gold and white.
The sleek and super-thin looking handset has appeared in multiple leaks up until now, including a similar render revealed earlier this week showing the G3 from the same angles, but in a more familiar titanium.
The firm is expected to launch the phone at specially convened events in San Francisco, New York, London, Istanbul, Seoul and Singapore on May 27.
Tough act to follow
The G3 is the follow up for to the surprise smartphone hit of 2013, the LG G2.
It is expected to boast a more streamlined design alongside a 5.5 inch 2560 x 1440 display with a pixel density of 538 pixels per inch, making it the first high-end handset with a qHD display.
It is also thought the smartphone will boast LG's own Odin processor technology and will come in quad-core and octo-core flavours. All will be revealed in 10 days.