for those who complaining about battery just would mention,
smaller screen + new chipset what is promise much better energy efficiency
"Qualcomm's claim on SD820's power efficiency as saying that it will double your device's battery life"
Sure not doubled the battery life but you will not notice that 200mAh smaller than predecessors.
Lg do you really mean it to introduce as flagship phone
Magic box battery stand
DealBreaker, 22 Feb 2016suure!...goodluck keeping it in your pocket!..G5+LG CAM Plus module.I dont like many gadget...i like all is to one...and the design of lg g5 is ugly...its better lg g4.
You will notice the dust hide inside the battery slot, just wait the time to accumulate.
Dont complain much,. Sony's Xperia X Perfomance has 2700mAh battery and its non removable,. LG got a 2800mAh and an add-on tht clocks 4000mAh,. Dowp stuff here guys,.
G User, 22 Feb 2016How about LG cam plus. 2800+1200=4000MAH. Yeah that's true keep dreaming.suure!...goodluck keeping it in your pocket!..G5+LG CAM Plus module.
The only drawback of this device is the battery. 2800mAH is not enough for a high end device . Sorry ,LG :(
wilrem, 22 Feb 2016Nope....camera resolution as the g4....im expecting 20 megapixel as the gsm arena specificatio... moreSince when is the number of megapixels the most telling factor for judging camera quality? Postprocessing algorithms and optics are where it's at. Just look at the Xperia lineup. So many megapixels... but regarding all those high numbers, their real-world performance tends to be somewhat underwhelming due to the software corner-cutting.
this phone is perfect the only problems i have with it are mostly subjective like the screen size i have a note 3 and i dont enjoy these huge screens 5 to 5.1 for me. secondly the absence of an amoled screen i mean we all know lcd is a deadman walking nothing beats a full hd movie on an amoled screen the contrast and punchy colours make you feel like you are in the movie. thirdly i wish they just want with one uniform colour and not two different colours for the back and front. thirdly the absence of a fingerprint sensor the convinience of it brings is really something important for a flagship.
i congratulate lg on the modular concept although i had make the camera module with a xenon flash with the controls and an extra mic for better sound recording. the speaker module is the best of the bunch. the design is nice and innovative 7/10 for me. and in general i had give it 7.5/10 but due to my very subjective needs i had still go with the s7 but this is pretty perfect.
It's nice that LG are trying to innovate and to some extent succeeding with that, but my decision has been made yesterday. As much as i love LG (being a previous owner of LG G2 and now LG G4) my next phone will definitely be the S7 Edge.
LG has messed up on 2 crucial basic points: it's an ugly design - it looks cheap; almost as cheap as an iphone or those plastic $50 Android phones. And 2. The 2800mAh battery is not enough. It might be better optimized but i am willing to bet the S7 Edge will have 40-50% more on the endurance rating...
Sorry LG, you handed me to Samsung...
DealBreaker, 22 Feb 2016lol...how about 2800mAh...keep dreaming mate!How about LG cam plus. 2800+1200=4000MAH. Yeah that's true keep dreaming.
Too much accessories. I wonder how people are suppose to carry them all. i wanna take a picture. oh wait i have to change the modular. i wanna listen to music, oh wait i have to change the modular. Battery is dying, oh let me change the modular. You guys look funny having all of this modular. you become a marine or a soldier. carrying them like ammo clip around your waist. Go get a life. Life's Good? if you say so darling.
I prefer the smaller screen size, had my hands on the new Nexus 6P made by Huawei and it's far too big. For me a phone is supposed to be portable and that means still being able to fit it in your pocket!
Kudos to LG for trying something different, Love that they've managed to keep the removable battery and upgrade to a metal body.
Smaller battery size isn't great and my LG G2 that I have at the moment has to be charged twice a day, I do use it a lot however, mostly to check the time. I hate clocks/watches (the ticking!) so I don't have any in the house and rely on my phone and TV for the time, I must check my phone 100 times a day for the time. Therefore the always on display is perfect for me.
Love that the volume buttons have been moved to the side that was the one thing that irritated me about the previous LG G range, having ot pick the phone up to change the volume.
LG bloatware is no where near as irritating as Samsung's (have a Samsung Tab S 10.5 tablet) so I'd never get a Samsung phone for that reason.
Not really interested in a fingerprint scanner, don't really see the point. I'll just be using a passcode.
Would have preferred a 64GB option too I know it's expandable but it's not quite the same most apps can't be stored on an SD card for obvious reasons so really it's just music and photos. I use Spotify so I doubt that stores on the SD when you download it.
Overall a great phone, Give me a date and I'll be the first person buying it!
1. modular design
2. improved cpu and gpu compared to previous G series
1. battery has smaller capacity compared to previous G series
2. screen to body ratio decreased compared to previous G series
Lg G2: 75.9% screen-to-body ratio
Lg G3: 75.3% screen-to-body ratio
Lg G4: 72.5% screen-to-body ratio
Lg G5: 70.1% screen-to-body ratio
Mobilemaster, 10 Dec 2015Now let's hope, it will have a good battery life, good design, not like the current one, which... moreNope....camera resolution as the g4....im expecting 20 megapixel as the gsm arena specification. And the battery is 3800 to 4000mah like they said.