Some of the most convincing and clear photos of the LG G5 flagship smartphone so far have leaked revealing a metal build and a rather lumpy design.

LG is expected the reveal the G5 at Mobile World Congress on 21 February. Despite LG actually teasing the Always On display feature, there are still leaks. In this case in the form of photos of the handset after it was imported to UAE from the US.

The rear shows that dual camera which has also leaked via the rumour mill. The photos show a raised fingerprint reading button in the centre. It appears to be a metal unibody that curves round at the edges. The volume rocker is clearly visible and there also appears to be another button at the other end of the same side, suggesting a dedicated camera shutter button.

The front of the G5 is nearly all screen with the black standing out against the metallic edging of the frame. The bottom appears to be silver featuring the LG logo, while the black top is clearly discernible from the screen of the handset.

Other leaked details suggest the G5 will have a 5.6-inch QHD display, dual rear camera of 16 and 8 megapixels, run on a Snapdragon 820 CPU with 3GB of RAM and use a 2800mAh battery.

This latest leak also purports that the price will be AED 2,500 which is about £470.

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