We’re barreling toward LG’s big Mobile World Congress event, and the expected guest of honor — the LG G5 (whose model number of H830 was recently revealed in a user agent profile) — can’t stop leaking out. Another new leak today gives us a look at the device’s external diagram in the form of a wireframe drawing.
The diagram doesn’t show us a ton, but we do get confirmation that the device’s rear-facing buttons have been moved to the side to make room for a fingerprint sensor on the back. Oddly enough, we can only see one set of buttons overall, something that may indicate the fingerprint sensor will double as a power button. That, or they’ve done a really nice job making the power button flush enough to not show up in multiple leaks. We’ll go with the former possibility.
The leak also reveals the device’s dimensions of 149.4 x 73.9 x 8.2mm, which means it’ll be noticeably thinner than the LG G4 (which was a respectable 9.8mm thin). LG had to make some quirky design decisions to account for the thinner profile, though, such as making the user-replaceable battery slide out from the bottom instead of exposing it by popping off its rear cover.