Video: LG G5 First Impressions

The release of the LG G5 is just about upon us, but we've got one in-house to give you a preview of what you can expect of the device.  While that April 1st release date may seem like a joke, LG's new phone is anything but that.  Sporting some absolutely amazing new hardware, as we gave you a preview of last week, the G5 is the first semi-unibody and semi-modular phone from the South Korean tech giant.  While LG has been known for their back-facing buttons and largely plastic build, along with some seriously thin bezels, they're changing up the formula in many ways with this year's Spring release of the G5.

Our video below will give you a look at the hardware and what you can expect the device to look and feel like if you decide to buy your very own this coming weekend.  This particular unit is a pre-production device that isn't quite ready for review, but it's a near final hardware and software build that's likely only to receive bug fixes or minor tweaks between now and release.  Check out the written version of our G5 first impressions for full camera samples and some more detailed information, but this nearly 5-minute walkthrough will give you a little bit more visual information that might help sway your purchase one way or the other over the next few days.

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Nick has written for Androidheadlines since 2013, is Review Editor for the site, and has traveled to many tech events across the world. His background is as Systems Administrator and overall technology enthusiast. Nick loves to review all kind of different devices but specializes in Android smartphones, smartphone camera reviews, and all things VR, both here on the site and on our YouTube channel. He is very passionate about smartphones and the continued improvement they can bring into people’s lives and is an expert on many different types of technologies, including mobile devices, VR, and cameras. Contact him at [email protected]