LG G5 Review: The Dark Side

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From what we hear there is a lot of good to with the LG G5 but then there is a dark side to the handset too.

The LG G5 offers up a display of 5.3 inches of Quad HD and 554ppi, it comes with dual lens on the 16MP camera complete with autofocus and there is a camera of 8MP to take selfies.

It runs on Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow with the quad core Kryo processor along with the Adreno 530 GPU. It packs in 4GB of RAM and offers 32GB storage.

The LG G5 has something called the magic slot, which means that owners can swap the battery of the add-ons. These include a larger size battery, a camera grip complete with shutter button and sound amplifier.

The LG G5 does offer a great deal, however one thing that it does lack is having character. The body of the phone feels as though it is made out of plastic, despite it being metal, which also lets it down.

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