LG G5 cases reveal dual rear cameras with dual LED Flash
LG recently confirmed the official reveal date of its next flagship smartphone to be later this month come MWC 2016. A series of leaks and eventual accessories for the G5, however, have already revealed some details about the phone. The latest is a set of images advertising a protective cover for the phone and clearly showing parts of the yet-to-be-revealed chassis.
Accordingly, the G5 is expected to have dual rear cameras with dual LED Flash and a similar laser auto-focus system as its two predecessors. The round indented surface immediately below the Flash and laser auto-focus appears to be a fingerprint sensor as well.
Outside of the camera features, the images show the Volume and Power buttons moved back to the edge of the device instead of the rear where LG G series users have grown accustomed to since the LG G2. USB Type-C, speakers, and the microphone can be spotted on the bottom edge of the device.
Existing rumors claim that the G5 will carry a 5.3-inch 2560 x 1440 resolution display with a "Magic Slot" connector for attaching proprietary add-ons and peripherals. Unlike the existing 5.7-inch LG V10, the G5 should be smaller and thinner in comparison.