The latest speculation about the LG G5 has it coming to market with a metal build, and a 5.5-inch QHD (1440 x 2560 resolution) display with a secondary screen on top. Similar to the ticker display on the LG V10, this secondary screen will carry a resolution of 160 x 1040 and will flash notifications, battery data, weather and the time. It also will serve as a way to access short cuts that will quickly open apps. The Snapdragon 820 SoC is under the hood, bringing a quad-core CPU and the Adreno 530 GPU. 3GB of RAM is aboard, along with 32GB of native storage.
We expect to see two cameras on the back of the device, one is a 16MP camera while the other will help shoot 135-degree wide angle pictures. Laser focus will be employed and a dual LED flash is included. A fingerprint scanner is also on the back of the phone. On the front of the handset is an 8MP selfie snapper. A 2800mAh removable battery keeps the lights on. While a sizable drop from the 3000mAh battery that powers the LG G4, the Doze feature on Android 6.0 will extend battery life on the unit by putting the handset into a deep sleep state when it is inactive.
LG has sent out invitations for a media event on February 21st. We could see the LG G5 unveiled at that time. Not only is that the day before MWC opens in Barcelona, it is also the same day that we expect to see the Samsung Galaxy S7 become official.
User Agent details reveal that the LG G5 will be model number LG-H830, and will have Android 6.0 pre-installed
source: NapiDroid.hu (translated)