LG G5 Gets 3D Renders of Its Design, Following Latest Leaks; Dual Camera Clearly Pictured (Video)
All the measurements, specs and details about the LG G5 that leaked on the web lately have been turned today into a detailed 3D set of renders courtesy of Techconfigurations.com. They took all the info and created these 3D models.
A couple of days ago we saw the handset inside a protective case, plus a few extra images and sketches. Now we’re reminded by this render that it will feature a 5.6 inch Quad HD screen, a Snapdragon 820 processor, 4 GB of RAM and a dual camera. That combo involves a 16 MP + 8 MP sensor, supporting optical image stabilization and letting the user choose focus point after the photo is taken.
The LG G5 is said to be a bit longer than the LG G4, but also thinner, at 8.2 mm versus 9.8 mm. The length is 0.5 mm more ample for the newcomer and the width is smaller by about 2.2 mm. The bottom panel includes an USB Type C Port, speaker grille and voice reception microphone, while the top panel integrates the audio jack and noise cancelling microphone.
Volume buttons are on the left side, while the SIM card slot is on the right. The Power button is most likely included within the fingerprint scanner at the back, below the camera, but we may be wrong. LG G5 is expected to come on February 21st, during a special event close to the MWC 2016 debut.