Following a variety of hints at the rear button layout of the LG G3, and even LG pre-empting financial success with the launch of the yet to be released device, LG have finally set a date for the release of the LG G3.

The Korean company have issued invites for six events across the world on May 27th and May 28th with San Francisco, New York, and London holding simultaneous gatherings for the launch of a new product. Seoul, Singapore, and Istanbul will follow the next day.

Whilst LG haven’t actually confirmed the name of the device, it seems safe to assume that given the leaks we’ve seen over the last few weeks, the unnamed device will be LG G3.

LG’s teasing message for the event reads “To be simple is to be Great”. What this means exactly will all become clear at their event next month, but could we see a stock Android build on the LG G3?

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