LG is doing something different with the modular bottom while samsung is again more of the same.
LG gets the credits this time!
Barsylyk, 24 Feb 2016We'll see about that.No nobody even thinks about that HTC Device.. before you make a judgement against this device why don't you go and bother the Sony xperia X performance that is rubbish for a flagship..
top250, 24 Feb 2016it only matters to you, not anyone else...We'll see about that.
What a shit!!! When you drop this phone on your carpet it will broke !!!! additional it will burn a hole in your pocket even when you dont use it!!!!!
One more question will quick charger 3.0 will come in the box or I have to take seperately
IM looking to buy this phone and I'm big fan of good audio plz inform me how will hifi audio will work I mean will there phisicle speakers I have to buy or no and how much it will cost overall
plz inform me in detail how lg g5 hifi audio will work I mean will I have to buy seperate speakers for rich audio I mean from where sound will come probably not with mobile.
So,is it a quad core,or 6 core like g4 or octacore? It looks like quad core to me.
You can turn off the always on display if you want to ,i saw it on youtube,when you want to use it you turn it on,if not turn it off its so easy,no big deal.
Finally a phone with all features ...........fm radio is thre ........grt lg...........no samung s 7 same design n same features no innovation ..........wll buy ths lg g 5.....
Alright! Lets put things into perspective... There's two tomatoes infront of you, one is beautifully red but rottens inside and the other tomato is freshly picked and perfectly ripe but looks half smashed. Which one will you pick? Hmm...
That same goes to LG G5. It may not have a striking design but under the hood it has a powerful chipset w/ more adequate ram plus a competitive camera capability.Not to mention it has so much more to offer interms of modular hardwares. Simple as that.
i like the curvy design with round corner edges of the display of g5 but the LG logo down there, nope
and also the modular design is pretty good to play with