LG is planning to show us a new flagship phone at MWC 2016 next month and has just confirmed it will have two different flagships this year.
A new case leak has supposedly confirmed some of the design changes between the LG G4 and the LG G5. LG will be dropping the back buttons from the G series as well as introducing a double sensor rear camera.
The information comes from renders of some rugged LG G5 cases found by Droid Life . It shows a fingerprint sensor where the unlock button was on the back and the volume rocker has been moved to the side of the phone for the first time.
Lots of changing
Another case leak has previously suggested there will be a USB-C adapter on the bottom of the phone and a 3.5mm headphone jack on the top.
Case manufacturers usually see prototype devices and diagrams of the phones to identify what needs to be made – so it's likely this is going to be quite similar to the final product.
Another prototype leak also confirmed the same features of USB-C and the movement of the volume rocker suggesting this may actually be the LG G5 we see at the end of next month. Now just to wait and see.