While we already got a good look at the LG G3 yesterday in a few leaked press images, today we have a handful more to show you. What’s so great about these images? Well, now they have the phone with the display actually powered on, showing off LG G3′s new lockscreen UI (a hint of what LG has in store for the device).
What’s more is our friend @evleaks — who grabbed the new press shots — says that mystery sensor on the back? Not a mystery. It’s a laser sensor to help the camera focus quickly. It’s still not clear if it will also serve a secondary function as an IR blaster, or it that will be located on the top (or absent altogether), but we’re intrigued to say the least.
The more we look at this phone, the more it’s starting to sound like a worthy sequel to the original LG G2. All that’s left now is to see what LG has in store for the UI, an overhaul that’s long overdue. But we wont have to wait much longer to find out, LG has an event scheduled for May 27th in which your friends at Phandroid will be in attendance. Can’t wait to get our hands on this phone.