LG is allegedly working on a new smartphone dubbed the LG V5 (internally being referred as LG LV1 or LV5). The report comes from GearIndia, the same publication that had revealed the image and video renders of what could be the Galaxy A3 (2017).
As per its new report, LG's upcoming smartphone, the V5, will be aimed at mid-range smartphone buyers in the country. It had also revealed a bunch of image renders along with a video render which gives a fair idea of the smartphone as far as the design is concerned.
Going by the leaked images, the front facia of the smartphone is mostly dominated by a 5.3-inch display with an earpiece, a selfie shooter, and a few sensors placed above it. At the bottom of the display lies the LG branding. To be honest, the design of the smartphone appears pretty uninspiring from the front. The curved back panel makes things slightly exciting, though.
Speaking of the curved back, the smartphone houses a fingerprint scanner at the back with a primary camera along with a LED flash located just above it. There's also a speaker at the bottom left corner of the smartphone.
Also, from the leaked render, it appears as if the company will still stick to the good old micro-USB port for connectivity. There's also a 3.5mm audio port at the bottom. As far as the other specs are concerned, there is no information available currently.
Recently, LG has also launched the LG V20 smartphone in India with a hefty price tag of Rs. 54,999. Take a look at our first impressions of the device here.