Ahead of the scheduled LG G5 release, both LG G4 and G3, tied to the model numbers H815 and D855 respectively, are now available at a significantly discounted price on eBay. Interested buyers should note that the discounted variants are "brand new factory unlocked” devices and there’s no U.S. warranty.

Retailer eBay has listed the 32 GB variant of the LG G4 for just $399. This device used to retail at $499. With this deal, buyers can save $100, which translates to a cool 20 percent discount. It is worth noting that the G4 debuted at $699.

This discounted variant supports 4G LTE and it is now available in Brown, Black, Red and Gold hues. Here is the link to order the new 32 GB LG G4 via eBay.

The 32 GB variant of the LG G3 can now be purchased for $297.99 on eBay. This handset used to retail at $499.99, which translates to a discount of nearly 40 percent. This model supports 4G LTE and it is available only in Black color. Here is the link to order the new 32 GB LG G3 on eBay.

The upcoming LG G5, on the other hand, is expected to be unveiled at the MWC 2016 event. LG has apparently opted for a metallic chassis this time around.

Spec-wise, the G5 will reportedly feature a huge 5.6-inch display, packed with QHD screen resolution. Under the hood, Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 820 SoC will power the handset.

When it comes to camera specification, it is believed to carry a dual-camera setup. This means, the main camera will feature a 16-megapixel shooter, while the second sensor part of the dual setup will house an 8-megapixel unit.

Other rumored LG G5 features include a fingerprint scanner at the back, SIM card try, microSD card slot, single speaker, microphone and a USB Type-C port. As always, readers should note that LG has not confirmed the G5 specifications thus far.