LG’s first modular smartphone G5 listed on India website at Rs 54,000

By May 21st, 2016 AT 1:49 PM

South Korean handset maker LG has listed its first modular smartphone, G5, on its India website. The device is carrying a price tag of Rs 54,000. Additionally, LG has listed 360 VR, 360 CAM, and CAM Plus–priced at Rs 21990, Rs 21490, Rs 6500, respectively–on the India website.

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The handset maker on Friday announced the pre-booking for G5. The flagship smartphone will be available for pre-booking at mobile stores, at LG brand shops and online exclusively at Flipkart.

“Customers can pre-book their LG G5 from May 21, 2016 to May 30, 2016,” LG had said.

LG, in a statement, also said that all the customers who pre-book the LG G5 will get the companion device, LG Cam Plus absolutely free along with the smartphone. The G5 modular smartphone features 5.3 inch IPS Quantum QHD display, and comes equipped with dual rear cameras with wide angle lens.

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The LG G5, which comes in metal uni-body, is equipped with Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor, which offers 64-bit performance. The Snapdragon 820 processor also has an integrated X12 LTE modem that supports Category 12 download speeds of up to 600 Mbps and LTE Category 13 uplink speeds of up to 150 Mbps.

Available in Gold, Silver and Titan color variants, the device is powered by a 2800 mAh removable battery. The smartphone also features Qualcomm Adreno 530 graphics and lower-power Qualcomm Hexagon DSP as well as Qualcomm Spectra 14-bit dual image signal processors (ISPs) designed to deliver high resolution DSLR-quality images and additional power savings.

Inputs: Dipak Kumar

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Suyash Limaye
Suyash Limaye

Why dont you ever put third party links it articles ex-flipkart, amazon etc?

Also please consider moving comment management to disqus. Current one is old and out dated.

Tarun

Disqus takes ages to load on mobile devices and on slow connections thats the reason ..

Lav
Lav

+1, Current one is great for both mobile and desktop.

Sunny
Sunny

What happened to the long list of true 4G and VoLTE phones I sent to you ? Are you personally verifying each phone? Lol. 😀

Tarun

Tharun George posted it right ?

Sunny
Sunny

I don’t recollect any new updated article on that topic in the past week or ten days. You can check :/

Sunny
Sunny

+1
Best thing about TT is its simplicity. Disqus can be really slow at times. Having image upload option and emoticon buttons can be a good idea here though.

Jyotirmoy Manna
Jyotirmoy Manna

+1.

Suyash Limaye
Suyash Limaye

Ok majority wins. 😛 what about first suggestion?

Thunder Sky
Thunder Sky

Disqus forces you to sign in to post comments, that is, in my opinion, the worst thing of all time.

Jyotirmoy Manna
Jyotirmoy Manna

Sign in to post comment is a bad thing.

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