Lowest Price Rs.34,990
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Key Features

  • Dual Sim, NaNo-SIM, GSM + GSM
  • 16.0 Megapixels Camera with Flash
  • Android 6.0.1 - Marshmallow
  • 5.3 Inch Display,1440 x 2560 pixels
  • 32 GB Internal Memory
  • 4 GB RAM

Price of LG G5 in India

LG G5 price in India is Rs.34,990. snapdeal is the best price seller for this LG Mobiles from amongst 7 sellers.

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LG G5 Specifications

LG G5 Specification and features are mentioned below. The specification are from the 7 seller(s) and other reliable sources

Important Dates
Announced Date February 21, 2016
Sim Support Dual Sim, NaNo-SIM, GSM + GSM
Phone Dimensions 149.4 x 73.9 x 7.3 mm
Phone Weight 159 grams
Keypad Touch
Screen Size 5.3 inches (Screen to Body Ratio: 70.14%)
Screen Resolution 1440 x 2560 Pixels, 554 ppi
Screen Type IPS LCD, With 16 M Colors
Touch Type Capacitive With Multitouch
Screen Protection Corning Gorilla Glass 4
Photo & Video
Camera ✔ 16.0 Megapixel
Flash ✔ LED flash
Front Camera ✔ 8.0 Megapixel
Camera Features Rear Duo Camera (16.0 Megapixel with 78 Degrees lens and 8.0 Megapixel with 135 Degrees Wide Angle Lens, 0.5x Zoom Out, 8x Zoom In, 2160p 4K Video Recording), Front (1080p FHD Video Recording), Photo frame background Effects (Fisheye, B&W, Vignette and Lens blur), Geo-Tagging, Touch Focus, Face Detection, Laser auto focus, Panorama, HDR.
Video Recording ✔ 2160p at 30 fps
Front Flash
Operating System Android 6.0.1 - Marshmallow
Processor 2.1 GHz , Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 8996 64-Bit Quad Core
GPU (Graphics) Qualcomm Adreno 530
User Interface LG UI
Battery 2800 mAh, Li-ion
3G ✔ HSDPA, 42.2 Mbps; HSUPA, 5.76 Mbps
4G ✔ LTE, Cat12, 150 Mbps UL, 600 Mbps DL
Wi-Fi ✔ with Tethering
USB Connectivity ✔ v3.0, Type-C 1.0 reversible connector, USB On-The-Go
Bluetooth ✔ v4.2
Support NFC
External Display Connectivity Wifi Direct, DLNA
E-mail ✔ with Push E-mail
Document Reader
FM Radio
Alert Types Vibration, MP3, WAV
PDF Reader
Phonebook Memory Practically Unlimited Contacts
Internal Storage 32 GB
Expandable Memory microSD, upto 2TB
Other Features
Sensors Fingerprint, Accelerometer, Gyro, Proximity, Compass, Barometer, Color spectrum
Quick Charging
Speaker Quality Stereo Speakers, aptX HD : 24-bit Hi-Fi Wireless Audio
Additional Features Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0 (83% in 30 min), LG Optimus UX 5.0 UI, Always-On display, IR Blaster.

LG G5 Overview

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The Good

  • Modular design
  • Great camera
  • USB Type-C with quick charge 3.0

The Bad

  • Bland Design
  • Battery could have been 3000 mAh
  • How well Modules will do is still a question mark.

The Bottom Line

As always LG is leading the pack with Innovation and being able to add hardware features to the phone makes it the most unique phone in the market. Honestly even without the whole Modular option the LG G5 by it self is a solid and really good device with little to no compromise and its hard to argue against it and LG Should get more credit for its bleeding edge technology.

The LG G5 is the latest flagship device from LG to replace the G4. The G-series of flagship phones from LG have been their way of trying to climb to the top and give Samsung some competition. The G4 did just that giving the S6 a real good competition, while both come could be put alongside each other in final ratings, they both had their own strengths and weaknesses, and the fact that Samsung had by now become what Nokia used to be means more people go for the Samsung. The LG G5 brings to the table something new, a concept that’s been heard around for a while but not implemented yet, until the G5;  a modular concept. Though not too many modules are available right now, it’s a start and in the right direction.


Design and Build:

The G5 is clearly easy to make out from the G4 as most of the design has been revamped including the back button layout and curved back. The phone has an all metal body with a modular design. The power button is still at the back and has a fingerprint scanner embedded into it. The volume buttons have been moved to sides though for a sleeker design. The phone is slightly bigger and heavier, but at the same time it’s thinner and also easier to hold in hands.


Camera Performance:

The G5 has a dual lens setup on the backside which is something new. The LG G4 had a great camera and the G5 has taken the next step. The duo lens gives a wide angle view along with everything else that a flagship that comes out these days brings. The back lenses are 16 MP with an aperture of f/1.8 and a 8 Mp lens with f/2.4 aperture. The back camera also has laser focus which greatly helps with the focusing speeds. The lenses change automatically while you’re focusing, the 8 MP gives a wider view while the 16 MP gives a narrow view. The front camera is a 8 MP unit with an f/2.0 aperture. The picture quality on the G4 and V10 were great so you can expect great pictures from the G5 as well.



The G5 has a 5.3 inch quad HD IPS LCD screen which is actually smaller than the 5.5 inch screen on the G4. The display though is among the best LCD displays on the market. The display is great to look at and is really bright and also very readable even under direct sunlight. The always on display only works on a certain portion of the screen and takes very little battery life as well ( approx 0.8% battery per hour).



The G5 comes with Snapdragon 820 like all other flagship models and also the Adreno 530 GPU. The top of the line SD 820 and 4 gigs of RAM means the phone functions like a flagship is meant to be, smooth and handles multi tasking without breaking a sweat. The new UI with less bloatware and running on Android 6.0 makes the phone simpler and faster to use.



The LG G5 runs on LG’s close to stock UI on top of Android 6.0. The software has changed quite a bit and looks completely different. A lot of the features are missing here like the dual window and some unnecessary bits, but the biggest feature missing is the app drawer, which LG claim has been removed for a simpler user experience. The lack of app drawer may take some time to get used to, but a lot of bloatware has been removed which is a good thing.


Battery Life:

The phone has a 2800 mAh battery which seems just about decent for a flagship. The phone has a USB Type-C charger which means it supports quick charge 3.0, so charging the phone won’t be a problem at all. The interesting part here is that, you can actually replace the battery. You can actually pull out the bottom part of the phone and the panel with the battery comes out, although it’ll take some practice, as it needs to be done at a particular angle. This is a part of the modular design of the G5. The modules are attached with the battery part, and there’s a few out there right now, one being a camera plus module which gives more manual control over the camera with buttons as well as some extra juice of 1200 mAh making the overall capacity 4000 mAh, although the module makes the phone a bit bulky at the bottom. The other module is the Hi-Fi by Bang & Olufsen  which has a DAC for 32-bit audio which produces great sound output through the module’s 3.5mm jack.



The LG G5 is the first phone to actually implement the modular concept and that is something interesting as it makes the phone more versatile and customizable. Though there are only a few modules out presently, you can expect more from third parties and then the phone becomes more desirable. The phone has great cameras on both sides and has a smaller screen making one handed use easier.