News by Luke Jones on Saturday January 30, 2016.
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LG is not expected to launch its G5 flagship at the Mobile World Conference next month, instead the upcoming handset is likely to make its debut through late spring and early summer. That said, the rumor wheel is just starting to turn and the image you see above is a rendered 3D image that takes into account the rumors regarding the G5 design so far.Taken from leaked diagrams and some upcoming cases already in development for the handset, the render attempts to paint a picture of what the G5 will look like. Aside from the fact the device is likely to check every high end spec box in the book, the biggest story regarding LG's latest flag waver is the fact that the company is placing the volume controls on the left side. Buttons on the side of a smartphone, how archaic. After-all, for recent smartphones (over the last two years) LG has been leaving the sides of its handsets clean in favor of placing the buttons in a unique rear plate position. We liked it, but we move with the changes. Either way, you can check out the 3D render above and wonder if it will match the actual G5 when it launches. source: Techconfigurations created this detailed render
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