Here is the best picture yet of the LG G5

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  • Hamid

    I don’t know exactly why but I don’t like the way it looks. I think it’s how rounded off the corners are. And the dual-camera looks funny like my LG Optimus tab’s.

    • mxmgodin

      Yeah, I don’t like the look of the camera bump at all.

    • Turanga Leela

      Yeah, I like nice sharp corners like on my G3. I feel like the rounded look is very mid-2000s.

  • ChrisPollard77

    I think you shouldn’t show a picture of a G4 as the first image under a title of “best picture yet of the G5”. LOL Why not put “scroll down to see it” across that banner image?

  • TP

    It is one ugly back. I much prefer G3 and G4.

  • Nick Bransford

    Micro USB? Giant camera bump? Blah.

    • KrispyInTO

      It’s got Type C, the first picture is the G4 which is stupid of them to post.

    • Nick Bransford

      Thanks for pointing that out

  • thereasoner

    I really like the shape better than previous versions and the back reminds me of a cross between the Nexus 5X and 6p.

  • southerndinner

    I was considering this or the S7 but if there G5 is this ugly, no thank you. That is truly a terrible design, I really hope it’s fake.

    That camera bump is ugly, 2800 mAH battery really isn’t much to write home about and the colour is really quite nasty.

  • KID ANDROID

    Looks better in Evans leak he just posted now

  • Omar

    People are complaining about the battery, but a smaller battery will probably be one of the tradeoffs with having a removable battery. Nobody will put a removable 3500mAh battery in a phone.

    • southerndinner

      There are so few people who actually will carry two batteries with them. I’d much prefer a bigger battery integrated than a smaller removable one.

    • Omar

      Not including a removable battery hurt Galaxy S6 sales, I don’t think LG would be willing to risk that. A lot of people complain when removable batteries aren’t included in phones, even though it’s becoming the norm.

      If I bought this phone I probably would carry one just because of how easy it would be to swap it out.

    • southerndinner

      Removable battery didn’t hurt S6 – non expandable memory, not having water resistance and a high price were far more significant factors

    • Darknut

      Right? The G2 was able to achieve such phenomenal battery life by making it ‘sealed’, or non-removable. They were able to maximize it’s size. The G3, G4 and V10 all had the same size battery because it was removable. If I had a nonremovable 4000mAh battery vs removble 3000, I’d take the 4000 every day all day.

  • Raj Singh

    Have you seen a BlackBerry Z30? Probably not but this looks a lot like one.
    If it has the white on the bottom, it should have white on top. Other than that the protruding camera module should not be a protruding camera module.
    I still think Sony has the best design ethos even though the company is no longer competitive.

  • Jerid Elzinga

    This looks like a distinct step backwards from the very classy G4

  • manpreet singh

    It looks better in white, I might pick it up instead of gs7 edge

  • Clam Dee

    I really don’t give much of a crap about how it looks, I generally do not parade around waving my phone around in people’s faces and force people to mandatorily stare at my phone whenever it is out of my pocket.

    I just hope everything inside this phone sounds as good as the leaks tell us, good camera, good battery time, nice screen, hopefully a less buggy UI, capable of making phone calls, texts, and social networking.

    WOW! It might be my next phone. Will wait and see what Samsung/HTC show up with too.

    • FlamesFan89

      I totally agree. I mean, when you are spending flagship money, you want it to at least feel well built, buy ultimately, I care immensely more about the performance and features, than the shape of the corners or colour. I always use a case anyway.

  • ammanerz

    to me it looks like a cylon…
    but i’ll just throw a case on it, so who cares.