The specifications of LG's 2014 flagship smartphone - the G3 - which is due to be launched on Tuesday, have been accidentally leaked online via LG Netherlands.
Most of the specifications of the G3 leaked on the official website match the multiple earlier leaks, with the major exception being the confirmation of 2GB of RAM instead of 3GB of RAM and 16GB of storage instead of 32GB.
According to Android Central quoting LG Netherlands (translated), the leak confirms a few other key specifications of the device such as a removable 3,000mAh battery, a Snapdragon 801 processor, a 13-megapixel camera with optical image stabilisation and a 5.5in display with an impressive 2560 x 1440 pixel resolution.
The phone is expected to measure 146.3mm tall, 74.7mm wide and 8.9mm in thickness, and run Android 4.4.2 KitKat skinned with LG's own software interface.
LG G3 is also expected to incorporate smart features like Google Now updates on the phone's status, user behaviour and pinpoint your current location with precision.
In addition, the handset is said to feature Quick Circle that represents the six most frequently used apps in a semi-circle for quick access, while the rear camera will debut the world's first Laser Auto Focus system for capturing the finer details of the subject in photos and videos.
The camera software has also been reportedly revamped with new "Touch and Shoot" mode that simplifies the usage of controls with the camera interface.
Though LG UK had earlier reported that the G3 will feature a 2TB storage capacity for microSD slot, there is no official confirmation about the same from LG Netherlands.
The LG G3 will be launched in London at 6pm and you will be able to follow at the news vis LG's live stream: