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Last week, LG has confirmed that it will present its new flagship LG G5 on February 21 in the Mobile World Congress (MWC 2016) in Barcelona (check out the MWC 2016 Event Countdown), and of course didn’t mention any details about the device.

Today the company unveiled one of the new features – Always On display mode, which will allow users to see notifications (missed calls, messages or emails) without to activate the entire screen.

Yesterday it became clear that and Samsung will introduce “Always On Display” feature in its new Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge. Always On feature is available to Nexus devices, but there is called Ambient Display.

The latest speculation about LG G5 are that he will be significantly different from its predecessors G4 and G3. We expect the smartphone to have a full metal body and dual-rear cameras.

LG G5 full Metal Body, with Dual-Rear Cameras

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