LG G5's purported battery module packaging caught on camera, seemingly confirms expansion Magic Slot
Now, LG's wildly expected G5 is just around the corner and it is being leaked profusely, second only to the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge. A couple of days ago we got to see a purported real-life G5 up for sale on Dubai's equivalent of Craigslist, which looks pretty legit, but that was definitely not all. Another leak showed us what the LG flagship might look like with a bulky camera grip inserted in its alleged expansion Magic Slot.
The rumor mill does not seem to be taking a break, though. A brand new leak just popped up showing us the packaging of an alleged G5 battery module, which most certainly fits inside the Magic Slot. Now, the battery itself is not visible, but it does not take a lot of imagination to figure out what's going on here. You can clearly see that it says "LG G5", as well as what seems like "Life's good when you play more".
The first one is LG's motto, while the second is it's leitmotif for MWC 2016. The lower part of the module, in particular, is another dead giveaway that LG might have really thrown an expansion module in its 2016 flagship.
The capacity of the juicer module is not known, but we heard it will have a capacity of 3,000mAh. Apart from this, the phone is expected to come with a 5.6-inch Quad HD display, a Snapdragon 820 chipset, a dual camera setup, and a full metal body. You can read more about the handset in our dedicated rumor review.