LG G5’s dual rear camera and fingerprint scanner smiles for the camera

This morning LG announced in a press release that they have been working in partnership with Bang & Olufsen to bring premium audio to the upcoming G5. Soon after that a picture showing the immensely rumored ‘Magic Slot’ in the upcoming LG’s flagship, LG G5, surfaced. This ‘ glimpse’ rather showed the Magic slot module with a complete battery attached to one of its end.

The ink hadn’t dried from the previous leaks before a couple of new pictures came out. Thanks to the Evleaks, these new images feature a upclose look of the upcoming LG G5 – Front and Back. These pictures all-but confirm the previous leaks and rumors of the device scheduled to be unveiled on the MWC 2016 event. As you can see below, the front of the smartphone carries the LG Logo,  a camera, the earpiece, and few sensors below it. As far as the back of the phone is concerned, it confirms the bumpy dual-camera and fingerprint scanner we have been talking since the last couple of days.

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Apart from these, 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, a 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. Moreover, G5 will be running on the Android Marshmallow 6.0. Marshmallow was released last year with numerous new goodies including a completely new app drawer, redesigned app permissions, Doze, and Google Now on Tap.

For Further updates, stay tuned.

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