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All eyes are on LG's forthcoming G3, the company's next flagship phone that's meant to rival the likes of Samsung's dominating Galaxy S5 and HTC's all-metal One M8. If alleged images of the G3 are accurate, LG is jumping on the trend of making gold the coveted color of the year.

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The LG G3 looks like it'll carry on LG's new tradition of placing physical buttons on the back panel, just below the camera mount.

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If these renders are right, an IR blaster will sit next to the headset jack on the G3's rounded, brushed-finish top.

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In addition to shiny gold, the G3 could come in a more traditional dark gray or black...

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...and also in white. It's probable that not every market or carrier will see each shade.

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Another look at the rear-button array.

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Phone Arena's purported press renders corroborate these earlier photos claiming to be the LG G3.

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Screenshots point to an updated version of LG's Optimus interface that will layer over Android 4.4 KitKat.

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In addition to adopting the "flat" look that's so en vogue, home screen icons in this render change the folder shape of the G2 Pro from squares to circles.

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Widgets still have their place, including this one for contacts.

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This render of a redesigned notifications tray also adopts circles and shifts around quick-access settings at the top.

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