The Geekbench database recently got its hands on the upcoming LG G5 prototype. Although LG G5 is expected to be released on 21st February on the MWC 2016, many of its features have already surfaced owing to various sources.
This particular leak addresses the performance of the device’s internal hardware. Apparently, we should be expecting a smartphone packed with very high performance capabilities. This Geekbench result is done on the the successor of LG G4 which was unveiled last year.
Luckily the specifications announced by Geekbench all-but confirm the rumors leaked earlier. LG G5, as confirmed by Geekbench, will be equipped with quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 chipset, 4 Gigabytes of RAM, and the all new Android Marshmallow 6.0.1.
Although benchmark results are not accurate, they still provide a close analysis of a device. Moreover, we now know that LG G5 and Samsung Galaxy S7 will be equipped with same components. For example, both phones are featuring 4 GB RAM along with quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 chipset. Other rumors include a 5.6-inch QHD display, metal design with a removable battery, and 20MP rear camera with manual settings.
As mentioned earlier, LG G5 will be powered by the latest Android Marshmallow which was released last year. Marshmallow, among numerous new goodies, features a completely new app drawer, redesigned app permissions, Doze, and Google Now on Tap.
LG itself is creating a great suspense for its customers by revealing features one by one. Yesterday LG officially confirmed its Always on Display which is to be featured in the all new G5 releasing on the MWC event. This confirmation made by the tech giant on its Facebook page revealed not just the new feature, the promo showed a silhouette of the new flagship smartphone.
Rumors addressing the smartphone expected to be released on the MWC 2016 are surfacing every second, So stay tuned to stay updated with them all.
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