Monday, June 6, 2016

What Do You Want to Know About the New LG G5 Speed Edition?

It is weird to write something about a handset you do not even know its existence, right? However, far from what we know, a new and exclusive version of LG's 5.3-inch handset is about to blow your sleepy heads. Straight from Asia, the Taiwanese domestically owned Chunghwa Telecom brought out the new LG G5 Speed Edition. From here, I may need to forget Samsung Galaxy S7 Active Edition or the most awaited line of Asus ZenFone 3 for a while.

The G5 Speed has no significant difference from the previously reported models. But to think of its new 3CA support, maybe, you will be thinking of another colorful badges for the Android 6.0 smartphone. On the other side, it is a modified version from the original specs to support three integrated bands.

These bands starts at 900MHz and 1800MHz which are noted as the regular frequency for HSPA and LTE-enabled devices. And here comes the 2600MHz band as part of 3CA technology employed in LG G5 Speed edition. That's the most important stuff you need to know about the new LG phone in Taiwanese stores.

For more about LG G5, see the following table for its complete and important specs:

Operating SystemAndroid 6.0 (Marshmallow)
CPUQualcomm Snapdragon S820 at 2.15GHz (Quad-Core)
Memory4GB LPDDR3
Storage32GB eMMC with up to 256GB of extended flash storage support
Screen Size5.3-inch with 70% screen to body aspect ratio
Display/Resolution1440 x 2560-pixel Capacitive IPS Touch-Screen
Camera16-megapixel (main), 8-megapixel (front-facing), with laser auto-focus tech
Graphic CardQualcomm Adreno 530
Supported PortsReversible Micro USB (Type C), Standard 3.5mm Audio Out
Connectivity802.11a/ac/b/g/n WiFi, Bluetooth 4.0, 3G, 4G, A-GPS
Body Dimension149.4 x 73.9 x 7.7-millimeter, 159-gram
ColorAvailable in metallic gold, silver, titan, and pink
BatteryRemovable 2800mAh Lithium-Ion
OthersWith Quick Charge 3.0 support, built-in stereo speakers and microphone

Aside from what you can get from those specs, LG G5 Speed edition can offer a powerful download and upload rates that can reach a whooping 300Mbps. And that is because of its promising 2600MHz band support. Prices of the newly announced version of G5 starts at about $740 and up.



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