LG G5 Images reveal a Dual Rear Camera Setup, USB Type C port

    LG G5, is yet another flagship that due to launch in a few month time. However unlike the Samsung Galaxy S7, the details of the upcoming LG device has been quite sketchy so far. A couple of prototype images of the LG G5 has now emerged, which apparently reveals a few interesting information regarding the device.

    LG G5 Images reveal a Dual Rear Camera Setup, USB Type C port

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    From the leaked prototype images it is quite clear that the LG G5 will feature a dual rear camera setup. This is in accordance to previous reports which had claimed that the LG flagship device for 2016 will come with 16MP and 8MP rear camera units working in tandem. Besides that the back of the prototype device also reveal the circular fingerprint scanner.

    LG G5 Images reveal a Dual Rear Camera Setup, USB Type C port

    In surprise move LG has apparently removed the trademark volume rocker on the back of the device to a quite tradition location on the side of the G5.

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    LG G5 Images reveal a Dual Rear Camera Setup, USB Type C port

    Apart from that the leaked images also reveal the presence of a USB Type C port at the bottom of the display along with a Speaker grill.

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    LG G5 Images reveal a Dual Rear Camera Setup, USB Type C port

    Just to recall the LG G5 is reported to come with a 5.3 inch QHD display along with an unique Ticker display which first made an appearance in their LG V10. The Korean Electronics giant is tipped to launch their G5 on around February 21st at the MWC 2016 in Barcelona.

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