LG G5's Specs Leaked, Rumored To Feature A Fingerprint Reader, A V10 Esque Secondary Display And A 'Magic Slot'

The specs for the upcoming flagship of Life's Good have been leaked. According to the report published at VentureBeat by the famous serial leaker Evan Blass, the upcoming successor of highly successful, G4, will be rocking a secondary display with a resolution of 160x1040, which was first seen in the V10 to some it was a bit gimmicky but seems like LG is going to keep it around for some time.
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It seems like LG is going to incorporate all the best features of its 2015 phones into the G5, as per the leak it is reported the G5 will feature a fingerprint reader at the back, as seen in the Nexus 5X also made by LG.

This year was a good one for LG in terms of smartphone camera, both their top of the line smartphones, the G4 and V10, were very well received. But with G5, LG is going to step the game up a notch higher, G5 will supposedly rock 2 lenses on the back, with a 16-megapixel main snapper and the secondary shooter functions to give it 135-degrees of wide-angle view. LG will also incorporate four sensors between those lenses, which will include a dual tone flash, laser autofocus to help with focusing and an RGB sensor that would boost scene recognition. G5 will also house a 8MP camera on the front for all the selfie loving people for that flawless shot with friends.

LG G5 will reportedly also come with a new type of feature dubbed the 'Magic Slot', although not much is known about this unique feature as of now. But the early leaks seems to suggest it would provide functionality for expansion by the way of hardware modules, things like VR hardware, physical keyboard and additional camera modules. If it turns out to be true it would be groundbreaking advancement in the smartphone space, this could open a large array of possibilities for increasing the functionality of your smartphone the way one wants.

The G5 will be powered by Snapdragon 820 Soc under the hood, 3GB of RAM and 5.3-inch QHD display, with 32GB internal memory and would probably be released in the Q1 of 2016. With a full metal uni body construction it seems to be the most premium phone by LG to date.

All this sounds like quite a good package, after an impressive year in 2015 LG seems to be building on, if all the rumors turn out to be actually true.

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Amit Pal Singh Brar
Amit Pal Singh Brar is a young blogger from Chandigarh. Apart from blogging, he's also computer science student.

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