These LG G5 protective cases may give us another look at the smartphone

These LG G5 protective cases may give us another look at the smartphone
While LG has yet to confirm anything about its upcoming G5 flagship smartphone, we may already have an idea of what the handset looks like, thanks to these leaked renders, and this leaked diagram. Over the week-end, we even saw what could be an LG G5 prototype hidden inside a dummy box. Today, more leaked G5 images have been unveiled, this time showing what might be the new smartphone inside protective cases of different colors.

As you can see below, these LG G5 protective cases suggest that the device has a fingerprint scanner on the back, just below the rear camera, while its volume buttons are situated on the left side. That's certainly in line with what was previously said about the smartphone. The leaked images also show the front of the device, though there's no way of telling if that's what the real product will look like, of if this is just a placeholder.

These case seem to be ready to ship on February 28 via Amazon. LG is seemingly planning to announce the G5 on February 21 at MWC 2016, so it could start selling it on February 28. The new smartphone should be made out of metal, unlike its predecessors (G4, G3, etc). Of course, for now, we can't be certain of anything. But we'll be here to let you know all about the LG G5 as soon as official details arrive.


sources: Amazon, MobileFun via Android Central

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  • Camera 16 MP (Dual camera) 8 MP front
  • Hardware Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 4GB RAM
  • Storage 32GB, microSDXC
  • Battery 2800 mAh
  • OS Android 8.0 Oreo LG UX UI

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