The G5 teaser web page doesn't tell us much about the smartphone itself. LG is promising "fast processing speeds" that "make this phone ideal for the ultimate multi-tasker" - almost certainly, the processor inside the new handset is Qualcomm's Snapdragon 820, which should, indeed, be very fast. LG also mentions that the new device "offers quick and easy access to all of your favorite apps and programs for when you need them most" - which should have something to do with the company's Android Marshmallow UI, and perhaps also with the Always On display mode announced earlier this week.
Even if LG is still trying to keep the G5 under wraps, it seems that we already know what the handset looks like, thanks to several leaked photos that allegedly show its silver and white variants. Nevertheless, we're impatiently waiting for LG to officially showcase the G5 (on February 21) and tell us all there is to know about it, including its price and launch date. Until then, if you're curious about what the smartphone is expected to offer, go ahead and read our LG G5 rumor roundup.