While it is not confirmed that it be presented before at least six months, and it is expected another high-end phone from LG, the LG G5 slowly starting to be talked about. Some report already said that it will be equipped with a Snapdragon 820 and this time embark a signed Sony camera sensor.
Not surprisingly, While it started talks about the Samsung Galaxy S7, just weeks after the release of the Galaxy S6 and S6 edge, it’s the turn of LG Electronics to be the center of rumors about his next LG G5. Each year, the Korean manufacturer has used to pass first HTC and Samsung at MWC to present its flagship in the spring, when calm is hardly returned to the high-tech world. G5 is scheduled in the first half of the 2016.
Why Snapdragon 820?
According to the website GforGames, citing an anonymous source claiming to have inside information on the company, LG G5 could first be equipped with a Snapdragon processor 820. An open secret when we know that the brand ignores the Snapdragon 810, in favor of S808 because it had big heating problems. With an etching on the S820 change, manufacturers should be less difficult to integrate smart mobile devices. Other solutions would be to go through another provider, such as Samsung and its Exynos for example, or by incorporating a chip manufacturing unit, although it is not known exactly where LG is at this point.
And Sony Camera Sensor, Really?
The mysterious informer also mentioned the presence of a 20-megapixel camera in the LG G5, with a Sony Camera Sensor. A strange news when we already saw the good results obtained by the sensor of 16-megapixel LG G4, which was developed by LG Innotek, the branch dedicated to image sensors of the Asian brand.
This is the only information reported until now, while we can expect the presence of at least 3 GB of RAM, or a screen of at least 5.5 inches qHD resolution (1440 x 2560 pixels). LG With G4, the manufacturer has done in continuity, and it is expected this time to a few surprises on a LG G5 that will have to aim for perfection to face competition that rises sharply in the segment.