LG G5 diagrams leaked; Curved display under the hood?

The MWC 2016 is just a month ahead and for this year’s show LG is reportedly prepared to officially announce the LG G5. The LG G5 is going to be LG’s flagship smartphone for this year with nice design and powerful features. A fresh diagram reveals its design concept from different angles showing us a curved back smartphone with side buttons and thin bezels.

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Before the recent diagram there have also been two renders allegedly showing the alleged design of the upcoming LG G5. However those renders were revealing too little about the G5 as compared with the fresh diagram. It shows the upcoming LG G5 deviating from its predecessors from various aspects.

According to the details unlike its predecessors the LG G5 will feature a full-metal body. Also it differs from its predecessors in arrangement of buttons and shapes of bezels. The volume buttons on the LG G5 are placed on left side rather than on back. However the power button is still there on back with fingerprint scanner. Both its power button and scanner will accompany the camera on current position but with additional features.

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The diagram shows the LG G5 is little thinner than the LG G4. As per the details, the LG G5 measures 149.4×73.9×8.2mm against 148.9×76.1×9.8mm on LG G4. With the slimmer body the LG G5 is going to carry a 5.5inch display size and resolution of 1440x2560pixels. Another point to note on the new design is the bezels size which is much thinner than the G4.


The LG G5 is also expected to bring an edge-to-edge display with slightly curved back which makes it good for grip. Finally with Snapdragon 820 SoC, 3GB RAM and removable battery the G5 seems to be a good addition in LG portfolio. Yet there is a month to go, we may get more details before the official unveiling.

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