We've already had a couple of glimpses of the alleged LG G3, but the latest look is the most explicit yet.
This one comes from our old leakster pal @evleaks and displays the front, back, top and side of the handset, giving us a clearer impression of what the phone's dimensions will be.
That's if it's real, of course. But @evleaks does have a pretty good track record with this whole phone leaking business.
That mysterious black oval sensor on the rear is a laser auto focus, according to the tipster himself, which should make focusing a lot faster. We'd say it looks more like an IR blaster, but there you go.
Interestingly, it's looking unlikely that there'll be any fingerprint sensor after all. At least not on the rear, anyway.
At the same time, a different insider claims that the LG G3 will feature a Snapdragon 801 chip, which should have it blazing a fair bit faster than the G2.
@evleaks also treated us to another press shot of the phone, which looks much like the ones we've already seen. Still, we're not complaining.
The LG G3 is set to be unveiled on May 27. We'll be there to bring you all the news as it breaks.