LG G5 to have Snapdragon 820, Iris scanner and 23 MP Camera

LG is going to launch next flagship Smartphone at 2 pm on 21st February. We are covering everything that you must know about LG G5 here.

LG is speculated to be working on a successor model of the LG G4 which was rolled out in April last year. Some of its own specifications have been revealed, although the alleged LG G5 is not announced till now. We have some expected specifications and features that can be part of next LG flagship.

LG G5 Concept

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LG G5 Rumours and expected features

G for Games reports that the forthcoming LG G5 will be feature the Snapdragon 820, the hottest Qualcomm chip-set. Additionally it is supposed to feature an upgraded camera of 20 MP.

Rumours suggests a 23 MP camera will feature a half-inch lens sensor from Sony. The Japanese company to LG will entirely supplies it. Another new feature that will be arriving on the LG G5 is the iris scanner.

The LG G3 has received good reception in 2014 from users and skilled reviewers. The LG G4 is also receiving good accolades from the public this year. The handset was pegged to feature the Snapdragon 810 chipset, but the South Korean business was caused by thermal overheating issues to power it with the Snapdragon 808 instead.

The LG G4 is also praised for its improved 16 MP IMX234 sensor from Sony, which can shoot top quality images in dim lighting conditions. It features optical image stabilization and laser autofocus. Such features are additionally expected to be available for the upgraded camera of the LG G5.

None of the LG smartphones obtainable in the market have a biometric recognition feature.

The LG G5 is supposed to be available for purchase in the first half of 2016. The South Korean firm released the LG G Flex 2 at the beginning of the year. According to recent rumours of LG G Flex 3, they are not going to launch it in 2016 instead they have announced LG K Series smartphone at CES 2016., reports the International Business Times.

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