MWC 2016: LG announces G5 smartphone with slide out battery and Snapdragon 820

New Delhi: LG unveiled its new flagship G5 smartphone at MWC Barcelona. The new G5 comes with an aluminum uni-body modular design featuring a slide-out battery. The company also introduced its range of devices which
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India TV News Desk February 22, 2016 12:22 IST

New Delhi: LG unveiled its new flagship G5 smartphone at MWC Barcelona. The new G5 comes with an aluminum uni-body modular design featuring a slide-out battery. The company also introduced its range of devices which includes the 360 CAM, smart controller for drone, VR headset and Rolling Bot.

The LG G5 features a 5.3-inch Quad HD IPS Quantum display with a resolution of 2560 x 1440 pixels and density of 554ppi. It runs Android 6.0 Marshmallow operating system. It is powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 820 processor with 4GB LPDDR4 RAM and 32GB UFS ROM with support for microSD cards of up to 2TB. 

The G4 comes with a 16MP and wide angle 8MP with an 8MP front camera. It is powered by a 2,800mAh slide-out battery and supports 4G connectivity. The device weights 159 gram and will be available in four colours - Silver, Titan, Pink and Gold. 

LG also announced its mid-range X series with two smartphones - X Cam and X Screen. X Cam is LG's first photography-focused smartphone that boasts dual-rear cameras, one 13MP and other 5MP. As for the selfies and videoconferencing, X Cam sports an 8MP snapper.

The X Screen comes with a dual-display. It has a 4.93-inch primary display and a secondary 'Always-on' screen measuring 1.76-inch, similar to the one in LG's V10. The second screen can be used to access frequently-used apps, answer calls without interrupting the current activity, date, check time, battery status and other notifications without turning on smartphone. Both the X series phones run on Android 6.0 Marshmallow out-of-the-box. 

 
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