VCPost is reporting that LG Electronics will be releasing the next-generation handset LG G5 this coming November or December despite just releasing the LG G4 last April. So what can we expect in the next-generation device. TechRadar says the LG G5 is to come with a Snapdragon 820 processor, 20MP camera and a fingerprint scanner sporting an “all metal” build as LG dumped the plastic material when they released the G4.
The upgraded 20MP camera is with a customized Sony Sensor that is ½-inch wide and means Sony will be exclusively manufacturing the camera sensor. There is also to be a Sony 16MP option expected to shoot photos with good color reproduction and also capable of shooting quality photos in low-lighting conditions.
Interestingly, ‘Phone Arena’ reported that the LG G5 will not be featuring a fingerprint scanner but instead come with an Iris scanner.
You may possibility see the G5 with curved edges, not just for looks but they could display additional notifications depending on which way the phone is held. PC Advisor added the G5 may arrive with a bigger 5.6-inch screen at 4K resolution and a 3000mAh fast-charging battery that would fully charge in 1 hour.
They report, the handset could have an initial price of about $90 for a package with 3GB of RAM and Windows 10 OS. It will come in 3 flavors: 35GB, 64GB and 128GB.
This reported release so soon after the G4, gives an impression the company is also trying to release twin phones like a few other mobile phone companies have done. LG is also rumored to release the LG G Flex 3 early 2016.
Read Article (Nens Bolilan | latinopost.com | 10/10/2015)
I just gotta say, these speculations add up to an awesome package for the price and many individuals look forward to reviews of the iris scanner.
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