With LG G3 leaks coming in from every angle over the past few days it's almost fitting that the most comprehensive leak of all, just ahead of today's big official reveal, should come prematurely from one of LG's own teams.
LG Netherlands had posted a full product page for the company's new flagship over the weekend, with both detailed pictures and presumably-final specifications for the handset before being taken down.
With all the leaked details we've already seen though, there's little new to learn -- a 5.5-inch, 2560 x 1440 screen is once again listed, alongside a brushed-metal case and 13MP rear camera. What does seem to have changed though are RAM, storage and processor specifications. Compared to earlier leaks suggesting that the G3 would come equipped with 3GB of RAM and 32GB of storage, it's listed up as 2GB of RAM and 16GB of storage. A quad-core Snapdragon chip with speeds "up to" 2.5GHz also sounds slightly less impressive than the Snapdragon 805 model rumoured earlier. It's quite possible that LG is preparing multiple variants for different territories. With the launch event kicking off at 6pm UK time, we won't have long to wait to find out. [LG Netherlands via The Verge]