Update: As some commenters point out, looks like there's a bit of a mixup here. The existence of a QPair widget on a phone would be a bit odd, so something's not quite finalized here. The original post was taken down by @evleaks, so this one is a bit of a mystery.
Original story: We've seen the outside of the LG G3 pictured in multiple colors and angles, but until now not a whole lot has been known about the software side of things. This leak comes from @evleaks, and shows the LG G3's home screen in landscape mode with similar styling to what current LG device owners already know. Although the screenshot seems to be chopped off a bit on the top and bottom, we can see a transparent status bar with white icons, a standard array of flatter widgets and LG-style icons.
The big change here is for the on-screen navigation buttons, which at least in this screenshot seem to have dropped the on-screen menu button (thank heavens). We see a standard back, home and multitasking layout, along with the presumably-optional notification pull-down button.
This looks like a step in the right direction for LG's software on the G3, and something that looks like this paired with the stunning hardware of this device should be a real treat.