LG G5 is truly starting the modular design trend in the phone industry, since the new device represents a major change brought by the Korean phone maker. The device gets rid of the leather rear part for of a complete aluminum body, yet maintaining fan-favorite options like a detachable battery power and a microSD card.
That is a big improvement, since Samsung annoyed some users in 2015 when it removed the swappable battery power along with the extended storage space features in its Galaxy S6. LG G5 is not as decorated as Samsung’s flagship phone or Apple’s metal iPhones, but it is an advancement in the best direction after a plastic and leather backed G4 model.
Not just does it add various benefits for power clients, but the Asian producer improved the way in which people access the battery pack, producing a cartridge-similar part so you they do not have to detach the rear cover.
The slot is found at the lower part of the gadget and acts also as an adjacent slot. Until now, add-ons offer battery hardware with physical digicam controllers and Hi-Fi sound features. People do not really need all these components to use the sound and video features, but LG G5 sports the dual-camera installation on the rear, with a lens that shoots extra-wide images.
The top part is outlined by the always-on screen with a diagonal of 5.3”. The display never sleeps, with the date, time and notification symbols always showed when the gadget is off. LG G5 appears to be a completely different device from 2015’s model, and that is thanks to its smooth aluminum body that truly outshines the previous plastic cases.
This is not only a metallic finish, either, such as the metal colored LG G4 version that was just plastic under it. The all-aluminum case seems sleek, even if it is a bit hollowed when put next to the Apple’s iPhones.
However, compared with Apple’s device, LG G5 will not be famous for its antenna lines and it does not display those undesirable strips, instead depending on special techniques to cover the connectivity elements.
This lets people to concentrate on the color scheme, since the LG G5 arrives in four colors: silver, pink, gold and titan. There is nothing too surprising when it comes to new colors and the company maintains a traditional approach.
In reality, this is the LG with straight angles and without the curvier shapes of the G3 and G4 relatives, making it very simple to use with one hand.
Image source: Cnet
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