LG`s latest flagship model is a daring move considering the conventional thin, metal high-spec model by its competitors is dominating the smartphone market. The G5 design is a major overhaul from its predecessor. By replacing the plastic bezel and larger 5.5-inch display to a more pocket-friendly 5.3-in screen and streamline metal body, while leaving popular features like detachable battery and microSD slot intact.
Although the LG G5 is not as snazzy-looking as it`s Korean counterpart which wraps the S7 and S7 edge with metal and mostly glass, the new design still stands out from last year disappointing G4 style.
The way we use a smartphone will never be the same again with its modular feature where battery compartment can be slide out and replace by a bigger battery with "Cam Plus" to enjoy enhanced camera capabilities and physical button manual control.
LG describes the new flagship handset as an “in your face experience” and “innovative” in the high-end smartphone industry. Indeed, the V10 is unique in some ways with its dual screens, two front-facing cameras, real-time manual video mode, and enduring construction. These new features make the phone fun to use, a pleasure to hold and beautiful to look at.
The Nexus series is another category offer by LG targeting the midrange market. Due to Nexus 5 overwhelming popularity. After two years long wait, Nexus fans had finally seen the light after the release of Nexus 5X. The handset is widely publicized by Google along with , Google's own cellular service.
The LG-Google built Nexus 5X Singapore is an excellent piece of equipment with all the right design, improved camera module, top of the line performance, an a fast fingerprint sensor all put into places. It is currently one of the better choices for those who want a smartphone with pen functionality without paying an arm or leg for it.