Bang & Olufsen comes to LG G5, officially announced.

MWC 2016 is just around the corner while the major companies are releasing teasers of their flagships bit by bit. We all know that LG is also set to unveil its flagship smartphone, LG G5, on the MWC. Although many previous rumors and official announcements have left very small part to our imagination, still LG recently came up with a pleasing surprise for its customers.

LG just announced a partnership with a well-known, top of the line, audio company: Bang & Olufsen. The sole reason for this venture is to bring premium quality audio features to the upcoming LG G5.


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According to LG officials, the two companies have been working together tirelessly to ensure the delivery of best sound experience in the LG G5. Basically, LG has joined up with Bang & Olufsen’s wing, named B&O PLAY, which is responsible for developing new products. Following is the official statement made by Juno Cho, President and CEO of LG Electronics Mobile Communications:

By collaborating with B&O PLAY, we believe we can meet and surpass the heightened expectations of consumers seeking the next generation of enhanced audio experiences on their smartphones.”

This must be noted that the press conference didn’t announced the exact thing both the companies have been working on. This might be the integrated speakers of the G5, a B&O headphone developed for the smartphone or a digital audio module which could be separately plugged into the device.

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Apart from this official announcement, here are some other anticipated features and specifications of the upcoming LG G5. LG’s smartphone will be featuring none other than the Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 chipset, 4 GB RAM, fingerprint reader, metal design with a removable battery. Furthermore, it will feature an Always on Display which will allow its users to check the current date/time and various notifications like unread messages, missed calls and unread emails without actually unlocking the phone first.

For Further updates, stay tuned.

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