Latest LG G5 Render Surfaces


As this week is coming to a close, MWC is literally just a matter of days away now. In fact, a number of companies will be taking to the stage on Sunday, ahead of the start of the event to make their announcements for their latest devices. One of those companies will be LG and among other things, they will be unveiling the latest in their G series of smartphones, the highly anticipated LG G5.

As is the usually the case in the weeks leading up to a major flagship launch event, the rumors, speculation and leaked images have been coming in hot and heavy recently. In fact, only this morning the known tipster, @evleaks released the latest render of the LG G5 which gave us a decent view of the front and the back of the device. Following on from that render and this afternoon @evleaks has now released another new render of the device as pictured above. Generally speaking, much of the latest render is in line with the previous one and so there are no massive revelations this time around. However, one interesting difference is that the earlier render simply showed the device in its off position. In contrast this latest render does show the device on and highlights the use of the Always On feature. A feature which LG has already confirmed to be coming with the LG G5.


Both this morning's render and this one do together provide a very good look on what is likely to be unveiled on Sunday. Of course, more often than not, these renders do not always provide the best view of a device and they often do look a little different in person. So it is worth keeping that in mind before making any major judgments on how the device looks ahead of its official introduction. It is also worth pointing out that from the rumors and semi-confirmations that have come through from LG, this will be a feature-packed handset and among other things, will come boasting some great audio capabilities. Either way, with Sunday getting ever-closer, the time will soon be here when all of the details of the LG G5 are officially and finally confirmed.

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John has been writing about and reviewing tech products since 2014 after making the transition from writing about and reviewing airlines. With a background in Psychology, John has a particular interest in the science and future of the industry. Besides adopting the Managing Editor role at AH John also covers much of the news surrounding audio and visual tech, including cord-cutting, the state of Pay-TV, and Android TV. Contact him at [email protected]

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