South Korean consume electronics giant LG launched its G5 flagship in MWC 2016 event in Barcelona. The LG G5 has steal a little attention from Samsung Galaxy S7 with some interesting feature & design
First of all LG G5 is completely different from LG’s earlier flagship phones and it might be one of the most original and revolutionary smartphones we’ve seen in recent years.
Here its top 5 features that make it stand out of crowd
Unlike the earlier G-series smartphones such as the G3 and G4, LG has gone for a design overhaul with the G5. Unlike the previous smartphones that featured plastic frame and power / volume buttons at the back, the G5 now features a metal body and the volume rocker now rest on the right edge. The modular part lets users swap out the battery and attach other modules to have a better camera, Hi-Fi audio chip, 360 camera and much more. These accessories will be sold separately.
The LG G5 sports a very sharp and high-resolution display: a 5.3-inch QHD IPS display (1440x2560 pixels) of screen density of 554ppi. The display also boasts of 'Always-On' feature, which as the company says, allows users to check time, date, and notifications without turning or waking up the phone.
Dual rear cameras
The LG G5 has a 16-megapixel and 8-megapixel rear camera. One with a standard 78-degree lens and another with a 135-degree wide angle lens, the widest available in any smartphone. As per LG, the wide angle lens makes it easier for users to capture more landscape, taller buildings or larger groups without having to position oneself further from the subject. On the front side, there's an 8-megapixel camera
It’s the most talkative point of LG G5. If we Speak of Samsung and Apple, there’s one feature in particular that smartphone users constantly ask for, but that these two industry giants simply refuse to deliver: a removable battery. If this is a must-have feature for you, you just found your next smartphone.
The LG G5 packs a large 2,800 mAh battery that will easily carry you through a full day. But if you’re a heavy user or if you want to make sure you never, ever run out of juice, you can swap out the G5’s battery with a fresh one in a matter of seconds.
The LG G5 also features Quick Charge 3.0 technology that offers fast charging feature. Quick Charge 3.0 is 27 percent faster than the previous generation, the company says, and 45 percent more efficient. Additionally, it also makes use of Low Power Location Estimation technology, which supposedly increases the efficiency of the battery by as much as 41.9 percent by improving the power consumption related to location-based apps.
Further, A few of the cooler companion devices you can look forward from LG are the 360 CAM, which records 360-degree photos and videos for a virtual reality experience; the 360 VR, a virtual reality headset accessory just like Samsung’s Gear VR; the Smart Controller, which lets users control a drone and watch its video stream on the G5’s display; and the Rolling Bot, an awesome little ball robot that rolls around and captures images and videos with its 8-megapixel camera.