Just a day before it goes official, LG's upcoming G5 flagship is now up for pre-registrations in the United States. Those signing-up will be among the first to know when the handset is available for purchase.
"The G5ís fast processing speed will make this phone ideal for the ultimate multi-tasker," the pre-registration page says. "The G5 offers quick and easy access to all of your favorite apps and programs for when you need them most"
The device has already been the subject of endless rumors and leaks. Specs-wise, while Snapdragon 820 chipset has already been confirmed, rumors says it will feature a 5.6-inch QHD touchscreen, 4GB of RAM, as well as Android 6.0 Marshmallow. The phone is also said to come with dual-camera setup on the back, with a fingerprint sensor below that.
yes...lg introduce many new features...... and i appreciate .....but the main reason they are looting us guyz
My experience is quite different. My S1 still functions lol! since June 2010. I had a G3 for a short while and it was slow, terrible sharpness in the screen, bad camera quality (like G2), over heated a lot, etc. etc. G4 was great, just a few issu...
maybe your experience is different but my LG G3 is going strong with no issue but S4 that I bought before failed with in 18 months so I don't really trust Samsung reliability part.