LG G5: LG Nuclun 2 Processor Replaced by Qualcomm Snapdragon 820, Tech-Specs Revised!

The LG G5 has also taken things seriously on the technology aspect. For example, while Samsung and Apple are focused on enhancing their fingerprint sensor, LG has introduced a Retina scanner!

Initial rumors claim that LG has integrated an iris scanning technology, developed by Korea-based biometric specialist, IRIENCE,and the stand-out feature of this technology is that it will be able to scan the iris from a maximum distance of 50 cm, so you don’t have to look like a weirdo, every time you need your iris scanned in the middle of the road.

A phone with these many features must draw in a massive amount of charge. However, LG is yet to announce the battery capacity on the G5. However, judging from our previous experience, it is safe to assume that the LG G5 will feature a 3,000 mAh battery, considering that three of its predecessors, starting from the LG G2 to the LG G4 sported a similar battery.

The final pricing of the LG G5 is yet to be announced, but judging by the looks of it, LG should be quite modest about it, much like the G4!

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