Another day, another peek at the LG G3. Only this time it's not a peek, it's a full blown gawp at the device in all its glory.

Days before the official launch, a dummy unit has reportedly been photographed at a mobile phone store in LG's Korean homeland.

The all-white unit shows the rear-mounted volume rocker, the sleek design and the positioning of the USB port, IR blaster and 3.5mm headphone jack.

As GSM Arena points out, the unit also shows what will probably be the default wallpaper for the LG G3.

You tease, LG...

In the last couple of weeks LG has launched teaser videos for the device, which will be revealed at an event on May 27.

There has also been several leaks of press renders and spy shots in the build up to the launch, while LG itself has confirmed the device will have a 5.5-inch qHD display.

In a recent advert, the firm also confirmed the G3 will also have 3GB of RAM at its disposal and a Snapdragon 801 processor doing the heavy lifting.

There doesn't seem to be much much left to tell, when the firm officially takes the wrappers of its new flagship device.

Via Android Central