LG G5 might introduce the new replaceable parts technology. While anticipating the upcoming MWC tech event in Madrid, fans have heard many speculations about the next LG G5 with its swappable components.
The common concept is that people will be capable to remove the base of the smart phone and substitute it for a new and scenario-specific component. Now, people are beginning to see precisely what those segments might look like, since a picture on some Chinese sites shows assorted power equipment with a shiny, yellow-colored mobile.
So when users are beginning to get close to the red level, they will presumably be capable to take out the battery just like replacing a gun’s bullet chamber. Another picture, this time released on Android oriented blogs, presents a bulbous segment with a number of control buttons and dials on the outside.
It is an unclear photo, but some well-known smart phone leakers stated that it is a digicam equipment named Cam Plus. Besides the more comfortable grip, the segment allegedly offers an additional 1100-mAh capacity and control buttons that could act as shutter release or other regular camera activators.
First of all, the product will be exposed on Feb 21 and secondly, it will sport the “always on” screen that displays a few pieces of information on the phone’s lock screen. Lastly, there will have an optionally available Quikc Cover, which offers a peak to the screen and a series of touch-enabled functions, like taking phone calls and blocking alarms.
LG G5’s swappable equipment concept, which appears to be rather certain now, represents a revolutionary idea that could help the upcoming flagship device stand out in the seas of Android competitors.
Whether clients have been hoping for this advanced level of components personalization is another issue entirely, however. People are uncertain of the actual specs of the phone, but many are anticipating a system with a display more compact than the current 5.5” size and with QHD resolution.
The dual digicam on the rear is said to be powered by a primary 13MP sensor together with a frontal 5MP shooter. Exactly what that camera installation does will be seen after its release. In past models, it was used to play with the focus and add detail to images.
Many will be surprised if G5 does not have an aluminum frame with the newest components functions, like the fingerprint reader and Type C charger. It is almost surely going to be released with the Android Marshmallow 6.0 on board too.
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