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G5 looks great although I am alittle upset they have moved the volume keys back to the side of the phone. I love being able to adjust the volume on my G3 without pulling it out of my pocket.

Lets hope they haven't fettled with the OS too much as mostly bare bones android is also a great selling point.
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I like the new removable battery design, but I can see it becoming an issue with loose connectors or becoming misaligned, especially with non-techie people.
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I would take IPS and LCD over AMOLED any day...

My opinions are quite opposite. I wish I could get OLED on my monitors instead of IPS and PLS.

I had a S2 for 3 years and my S5 is nearing 2 years and I didn't have any burn-in for either device. Both phones had at least 15-40 hours of screen usage each week. Realistically, you won't be viewing the same screen for 8-12 hours a day, so using the store demo models as an example is moot. There are also options to change the color profiles to reduce the "Samsung saturation".
    
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I was able to get a refurb g2 for my son for his bday, for a song....he loves it...only bad part on it is no removable battery like on the g3....otherwise the rest of the family are rocking samsungs...note4 for me...note 3 for daughter and wife(refurb for the daughter)......
the g2 and g3 have removable battery i think ?!
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I am waiting for OnePlus 3 or the Next Nexus. Really suck to have LG/Samsung if you care about Android and having a clean OS and the latest. OS. I wish Apple was more like Samsung because IOS just kills devices that are older not improve them.
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Some conflicting reports though, my fiance is stating (based on Korean reporting) that the non removable battery


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Duh?

Did you read it? There are 2 batteries. One is 1100/1200mah that is non replaceable and the other is the remainder of 4000mah. The whole point is not having to turn off your phone while changing your battery, this is what I got from the Korean new sites.

Your the one that posted it was a non removable battery. You are wrong. That's why I asked if you read it. The article says right in it.

Then you try to make it personal. Nice try on the ninja edit though.
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This is a metal phone with a removable battery, thanks to an innovative modular design.
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Now for the unique feature of the LG G5: the bottom cap can be removed, allowing access to a replaceable battery – a rarity in 2016! – and making it possible to add various modules, like a camera grip or a hi-fi audio module.

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Nope. The phone ships with a 2800 mAh battery which is fully replaceable and one of the optional modules (the physical camera button one) has another ~1100 mAh battery in it.

You will most definitely switch off the phone when removing the battery or replacing modules. Any of the English language media sites would have helped remove the confusion.

Edited by DrFPS - 2/22/16 at 1:47pm
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At least be accurate about what I was mistaken about.

There is a second battery which is apart of the camera add on, I was under the impression that it was a separate internal battery to get rid of downtime, that was what I was wrong about.

There was no confusion about the removable battery (main).
    
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At least be accurate about what I was mistaken about.

There is a second battery which is apart of the camera add on, I was under the impression that it was a separate internal battery to get rid of downtime, that was what I was wrong about.

There was no confusion about the removable battery (main).

Did you or did you not post this?
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Some conflicting reports though, my fiance is stating (based on Korean reporting) that the non removable battery

This statement is what I based my POST on. Before you edited it.
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Did you or did you not post this?
This statement is what I based my POST on. Before you edited it.

So where does the 4000mah come from? If you read the rest of that post...why would there be 2 non removable batteries and furthermore did I claim there was 2?

The reason it was edited was because it was incorrect, not to dodge another member. Lets be clear, I know I was incorrect, but your trying to say I was incorrect on a point that there was no confusion about. Thats all I am saying here bud. The ONLY confusion was the 1200mah battery that is the camera add on, I was under the impression it was an internal battery to kill down time of the phone. There was no confusion about the removable battery.

Are we on the same page now?
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So where does the 4000mah come from? If you read the rest of that post...why would there be 2 non removable batteries and furthermore did I claim there was 2?

The reason it was edited was because it was incorrect, not to dodge another member. Lets be clear, I know I was incorrect, but your trying to say I was incorrect on a point that there was no confusion about. Thats all I am saying here bud. The ONLY confusion was the 1200mah battery that is the camera add on, I was under the impression it was an internal battery to kill down time of the phone. There was no confusion about the removable battery.

Are we on the same page now?

Please Read this: http://arstechnica.com/gadgets/2016/02/lg-g5-hands-on-lg-may-have-made-the-most-innovative-phone-of-mwc/
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The full spec list is a 5.3-inch, 2560×1440 LCD, a Snapdragon 820, 4GB of RAM, dual rear 16MP and 8MP cameras, an 8MP front camera, a 2800mAh battery. The first is a camera grip, which replaces the bottom of the phone with a bulky backpack. Besides giving you more to hold onto for pictures, the grip adds both hardware buttons for the camera and video recorder along with a wheel used for zooming. Inside the grip is an extra 1100mAh of (non-removable) battery power.

According to what you posted, it actually adds up to 3900. 2800+1100=3900 I have no idea where you come up with 4000? You may have just rounded that off? In fact there nothing wrong with that, it's fine, I didn't get the memo sry. You keep referring to Korean sites that I do not have access too, and !!you did NOT post!!. I read what YOU posted.
The only reason I even ask in the first place (if you read it) was your statement?
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non removable battery

You were "kind" enough to own up to the fact that it was incorrect. So there was some confusion. There still is, however. There is a non removable battery. I took it, you meant the main power source. See I get it : )

Now I apologize if I made it personal, as that was not my intent. I just needed clarification that we were reading the same thing. May I suggest, and please it;s only a suggestion, i would really like to keep this on a positive note.
Your next news piece. Stay with in the body of the article you post. Or if you have new data to post, post the links that go with that, please. That way we can all be on the same page.
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Please Read this: http://arstechnica.com/gadgets/2016/02/lg-g5-hands-on-lg-may-have-made-the-most-innovative-phone-of-mwc/
According to what you posted, it actually adds up to 3900. 2800+1100=3900 I have no idea where you come up with 4000? You may have just rounded that off? In fact there nothing wrong with that, it's fine, I didn't get the memo sry. You keep referring to Korean sites that I do not have access too, and !!you did NOT post!!. I read what YOU posted.
The only reason I even ask in the first place (if you read it) was your statement?


You were "kind" enough to own up to the fact that it was incorrect. So there was some confusion. There still is, however. There is a non removable battery. I took it, you meant the main power source. See I get it : )

Now I apologize if I made it personal, as that was not my intent. I just needed clarification that we were reading the same thing. May I suggest, and please it;s only a suggestion, i would really like to keep this on a positive note.
Your next news piece. Stay with in the body of the article you post. Or if you have new data to post, post the links that go with that, please. That way we can all be on the same page.

Hence why I stated there was conflicting reports in the OP As I too have been reading Korean sites and now more English sites. A source for you below.
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a chunky grip with a two-stage shutter button, a 4,000mAh battery and a jog dial for precision zooming.

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I mean, conflicting reports is plural right? Meaning more than one report? Meaning its not definitive since multiple sources are going back and forth.

Do I need to get more sources or something?
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The camera module also adds an extra 1,200mAh battery.

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The CAM Plus module adds an extra 1200mAh to the G5’s 2800mAh battery for a total of 4000mAh. The module is also pretty grippy which makes it very easy to hold.

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Outside of all of that, as I mentioned, the grip does add 1200mAh of additional battery juice. When attached, the extra battery will continue to fuel up your G5’s 2800mAh battery.

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The REALLY cool bit is that you can attach add-ons to the G5 via this modular component. LG showed on off during the launch, a camera grip called the LG Cam Plus, which adds 1100mAh battery and hardware controls (hardware key, a video button, zoom controls) to the G5’s camera.

source
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