looks decent. Where can I get the case on the photo here? http://www.spotga.com/2016/01/...5-cases.html
lol, 26 Jan 2016nice google translate..Use google translate you?.....:))
The photos posted make little to no sense. It shows the fingerprint scanner/power button to the back, along with what I assume are the volume buttons, then a clip that are completely blocking them. Then volume buttons to the side. Also, there is no audio jack. Albeit it seems they are slowly trying to get rid of it, I doubt it's a move they're going to make so soon.
muhrash, 26 Jan 2016May be LG want to introduce LASER like Asus.For ur kind info asus introduced laser just like LG. Asus copies the design from LG
I hope they don't remove the rear button......LG was the pioneer for this and makes no sense to move away from them if it works
vino41, 26 Jan 2016Why ugly?I hope this is not the real, it is alien, I dont know why Korea phones also fail at the design?
i am still however going to wait on the full release details of this mobile
not sure if i sud go for LG V10 straight or to wait wut LG G5 has to offer. Just that, from wut i can see, in term of the design its jst...not my cup of tea
why? whyy? LG you already doing so good. Previous release was a HUGE success, a BEAST i must say. The all Classy LG G4 and Fashion forward design like phone LG V10 to thiss??? =/
Damm sure it's a prototype & ppl plz understand iPhone Samsung LG Have high security for their flagship phone you can't even peep into for a look
Sure LG will bring a wow factor when th
Waynegywnn, 25 Jan 2016Looks really ugly to be honest.It's in a really bulky case. Reserve judgement until you see more than 5% of the phone.
Will be a highly successful for company LG.
LG is on a good .. good ....road.
The apple or samsung are raised, outmoded in all chapters.
Not good LG, the rear buttons are what make your phones stand out. Right now, you're just like any other chinese phones out there with the fingerprint sensor on the back. And looks ugly too.
Sajjad faisal , 25 Jan 2016Too bad. They ditched the V10's superb durable design in favour of slimness. And this case is ... moreThey are totally different. The LG V10 belongs to the new V series they introduced (Replacing the G Pro Line) . The LG G5 will most likely be a more appealing thinner design, and not as durable as the V10. I must say i agree with you though, phone manufacturers should be able to design something that's both aesthetically pleasing and also durable... sadly that won't be the case with the new LG G5.. I'll be keeping my LG V10 for a while lol.