The new images reveal the alleged LG G5's front and rear sides. Everything looks just like in the previously leaked photos: There are volume buttons on the side, and there's a bumpy dual camera on the back (alongside a fingerprint scanner), while the front hosts the LG logo, a camera, a speaker grille, and some sort of sensor below it.
Besides a different design, the LG G5 should bring various improvements over the G4, including an Always On display mode, Qualcomm's latest and greatest Snapdragon 820 processor, Bang & Olufsen audio enhancements, 4 GB of RAM, and USB Type-C port. For more, check out our LG G5 rumor review.
Truth be told, this silver / gray variant of the G5 - seen in the new images embedded below - is probably not the prettiest among those that will be available to buy. Anyway, we'll save our final judgment on the design of LG's upcoming flagship smartphone for when the device is officially announced. In case you haven't heard, the G5 will be showcased this Sunday, February 21, at MWC 2016. We'll be there to let you know all about it, so stick around!
Update: Evan Blass just posted another LG G5 render (check it out below - the fourth image). This time, the handset is white, and looks much better. The device is on, and we can see the Always On display mode that LG already talked about.
Latest alleged LG G5 images
source: @evleaks, new render