by Alexei Rivera | March 28, 2016 11:17 am
LG’s G5 is definitely an interesting new phone – with a modular design and “friends”/accessories. But there was also a question early on about the disappearance of the venerable Android app drawer and if Google / LG / Samsung or whoever is planning to abolish that 2-layer design completely. Well, thankfully at least from LG’s side, we find out that its an optional thing from the UI from their newly released UX 5.0 demo – a whole 3 minutes plus detailing how you’ll be using their new flagship phone. Check it out embedded above, or read some more of the specs below!
|Brand||Device||Launch Date||Launch Price (SRP)||Lowest Price||Processor||Display||Version (At Launch)||Skin||Rear Camera||Front Camera||RAM / ROM / MicroSD||Battery||Telephony||Extra Connectivity||USB OTG / SD Install||Miscellaneous||Updates||Links||Buy Online||UI Smoothness||Antutu Score||Work Battery|
|||LG||LG G5||2016-04-28 (PH) 2016-02-21 (Int.)||34990 (PHP)||2.2Ghz Quad-Core Snapdragon 820||5.3" 2560x1440 Quantum IPS Gorilla Glass 4||6.0 Android Marshmallow||LG UI||16MP OIS LED Flash + 8MP Wide||8MP||4GB / 32GB / Yes||2800 mAh||Single or Dual SIM LTE||NFC, Fingerprint scanner, USB Type C||??? / ???||Modular design, optional camera grip, HiFi dac, always on display||Lazada|
The LG G5 is slated to be launched in the Philippines this coming April 28, with availability probably happening soon after. We’ll be on the lookout for more info so stay tuned!
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