Top 7 things to know about the LG G5
Thanks to MWC, due to which we all got a preview of the various smartphones which will going to hit the market later this year. Other than Samsung, HTC, the smartphone giant LG also unveiled their much awaited flagship smartphone the new LG G5. The new G5 comes with a lot of improvements, and of which is the new metallic body, a fingerprint sensor, more powerful chipset, etc. The device has already gotten a lot of attention and many are claiming it to be the best smartphone to get launched in MWC, 2016. So, in this regard, we are going to share the top 7 things which you must know about the new LG G5.
So, here are the top 7 things to know about the new upcoming LG G5-
LG fans were really disappointed due to the lack of the fingerprint sensor in the G4, but LG have corrected their mistake and have fitted a fingerprint sensor in its new G5, the fingerprint sensor has been placed right below the rear camera embedded in the power button, which seems to be inspired from its predecessor V10.
Under the metallic body, the device packs a new Snapdragon 820 quad-core processor bundled with 4 GB of RAM and an Adreno 530, so whether is heavy gaming or multi-tasking the device will not disappoint you at all, and hopefully it will not exhibit any kind of heating issue.
When it comes to display, LG always impresses and the same can be said about the new G5, the device sports a 5.3 IPS LCD display, which comes with a resolution of (1440×2560 p), the display looks very bright even in bright day light, texts looks very crisp and sharp thanks to the 554 ppi, overall it is one of the best display you’ll find in a smartphone.
LG has also done some improvements in the camera department as a result the new G5 features dual rear facing camera, which consist of a 16 MP and 8 MP sensor, the rear camera is also getting assisted by a LED flash, OIS, whereas the front features a 8 MP camera. The 8 MP camera at the rear helps you take wide angle pictures, while the 16 MP sensor lets you take narrower pcitures. LG is also giving in some modules for the G5, and one of them is the camera module which will give you more manual controls over the camera and it also increases the battery size by 1200 mAh giving you more backup.
LG has also improved it’s Optimus UI, and added more tweaks in it, one of which is the ‘Always turn on display’, which one being activated shows some predefined widgets in a particular part of the screen and it only less than 1 % of the battery per hour. Another good thing is that the UI doesn’t shutters any more like it did in its predecessor G4.
Despite of having a metallic body, you can remove the battery by removing the bottom panel which gets unlocked when you press a button placed at the bottom of left hand side, not only you can replace the battery, but you can also increase the battery life by trying out the different module which LG is offering.
Design wise also LG has really improved its new flagship device, the new G5 comes with all metallic body, and the first thing you’ll notice is that the volume rocker which has been moved from the rear to the left hand side, the metallic rim at the side comes new curved edges giving a very nice in hand feel, and at the back there is a dual rear facing camera, whereas the front gets a 8 MP camera.
|Released Date||Exp April,2016|
|Colors available in||Silver,Gold,Titan,Pink|
|Screen Size||5.3 inch|
|Display Type||IPS LCD|
|Pixel density||~ 554 ppi|
|Protection||Corning Gorilla Glass 4|
|O.S & Hardware|
|Custom UI||Optimus UI 5.0|
|Processor||2.1 GHz Quad-core|
|Chipset||Qualcomm Snapdragon 820|
|Internal memory||32 GB|
|Expandable memory||up to 2 TB|
|Primary Camera||16 MP + 8 MP|
|Secondary Camera||8 MP|
|Video||4K recording at 1080p @30fps|
|Features||LED flash,OIS, Auto-focus
|Wi-Fi||Yes,Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n, hotspot,DLNA,WiFi Direct|
|USB||Type C 1.0|
|Audio Jack||Yes,3.5 mm stereo audio jack|
|Capacity||2800 mAh (Li-lon)|
|Store & Price|
|Rs 52,990Click here to buy|