The Samsung Galaxy S7 rumors have been popping up all over the internet for weeks now. Samsung's new flagship isn't the only handset that is eagerly anticipated by the tech community, same can be said for the LG G5, especially considering the leaks we've seen recently. LG's upcoming flagship has also been leaking for a while now, though the rumors and leaks have become more frequent lately. Some of the info which leaked said that the device might sport a removable battery, and an all-metal design at the same time.
Now, most of these leaks agree that the LG G5 will be quite different than its predecessors, and the leaked design of the phone definitely goes hand-in-hand with that information. The alleged LG G5 leaked quite a few times thus far, and the video we're here to talk about is based on the recently leaked diagrams of the device. The source actually used the diagrams and images of leaked cases to make a 3D rendering of the LG G5. Now, you can either check the gallery or video clip down below in order to see what we're talking about here.
According to the source, the LG G5 will sport a 5.6-inch QHD (2560 x 1440) display, along with 4GB of RAM. The phone will be fueled by the Snapdragon 820 64-bit quad-core SoC, along with an Adreno 530 GPU for graphics. The 16 and 8-megapixel shooters will be placed on the back of the device, and they will allow you to change the field of focus after you take the image. As far as its front-facing shooter goes, the rumors say it will be an 8-megapixel sensor. The Type-C USB port will be placed on the bottom of the phone, and the device will be 8.2mm thick. The bezels on this device will be very thin, especially the ones on the sides, and you can also notice that the speaker here is placed on the bottom of the device.
Now, as most of you know by now, LG is holding an event on February 21st, but we still don't know if they're planning to unveil the LG G5 or not. Interesting enough, Samsung is expected to unveil their Galaxy S6 handset on that very same date. One thing is for sure, February will be an interesting month for us, techie people.