Tomorrow, in a press event taking place in Barcelona at Mobile World Congress, LG Elecronics will unleash its latest flagship smartphone, namely LG G5. The smartphone promises some interesting features such as modular battery (2,800 mAh capacity) and swappable accessories through a feature allegedly called Magic slot.
If you are not already bored by the large amount of materials that have leaked in regards to LG’s G5, here’s a new image revealing the G5 variant for LG U+ network carrier (Korean telecom company).
LG G5 will feature an all-metal body and have its Power button and Volume rocker moved to the right-hand side, while the critically acclaimed Rear-key is history. LG decided to replace it with an enhanced fingerprint scanner, much like the one we’ve seen on the back of the Nexus 5X, the South Korean OEM built for Google last year.
Other hardware specs rumoured are 4GB of RAM, Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 820 chipset, Android 6.0 and a much more capable Camera than what the G4 (2015 flagship phone) has.
Excited about G5 unveiling this Sunday? Is the LG G5 on your must-have smartphone list?