Much has been said about the LG G5 SE which received its trademark in South Korea not too long ago, and not only that, it did seem as though the LG G5 SE would be of the same physical dimensions as with that of the regular LG G5 flagship smartphone from the South Korean consumer electronics giant, based on what we have seen in a screenshot of a Quick Cover case. Well, the LG G5 SE is finally released, and it looks as though this is the very same model as the LG G5 that will be marketed in Latin America, as it sports 3GB of RAM and a Snapdragon 652 chipset.
In other words, everything might look similar on the outside, but the major difference can be found when you pry the hood open, with the LG G5 SE being the one that carries the slower chipset between the two, not to mention just 3GB of RAM as opposed to 4GB of RAM on the regular LG G5. As for the rest of the details between these two smartphones, there are more or less the same, including the design. Latin America will not be the only region to pick up this souped down device, as China as well as CIS countries too, would be on the receiving end as well.