This year we’re all set to see the launch of the LG G5 smartphone, and fresh evidence of its existence has just been spotted online. February 21 is most likely to be the date on which the flagship device will be unveiled by the South Korean giant.
LG-H830 is the model name which this smartphone will grab, according to a leaked HTTP user agent profile. Nothing about its specifications has however come to the fore through this leak, except for the fact that it runs the Android 6.0 Marshmallow OS.
As revealed by GSM Arena, a Hungarian website has unearthed this user agent profile which speaks about the LG-H830 handset. It should be considered that the company’s G4 smartphone featured model names LG-H810, LG-H811, LG-H812, and LG-H815 for its various versions, which makes it easier to believe that the LG-H830 will be the G5.
According to previous leaks, this upcoming offering will come fitted with a 5.6-inch Quad HD display that’s covered with Gorilla Glass 4. It will apparently run on the Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 chipset which will be accompanied by 4GB worth of RAM.
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The G5 will reportedly grab a modular design that will allow users to remove the bottom of the phone in order to replace the battery. This device is even expected to grab a 20MP main camera bearing a 1.2-inch sensor. This particular shooter will moreover be accompanied by laser autofocus and optical image stabilization as well.
LG has issued invites to a pre-MWC event on February 21, and that’s where the G5 is most likely to make its debut. Stay tuned until then to more about the new handset.