As the Mobile World Congress approaches near, the curiosity is getting higher. LG recently unveils its new feature called Always On together with its next flagship smartphone LG G5, which is expected to be announced at MWC on February 21, 2016. The South Korean tech manufacturer posted a GIF on its side, allowing us to have a glimpse of its upcoming, highly-anticipated smartphone G5 showing off its all-new Always On feature.
Though, we can’t say anything for sure that the screen will always be on but can have a guess of its functionality. After looking the ad carefully, one can easily say that it will keep the phone’s display alive, keeping you posted with the notifications. It looks like LG wants to come up with something unique, giving its competitors a tough time.
The idea is a bit familiar with what we’ve seen in Moto X and the latest Nexus devices in which screen lets you know about the notifications and then gets blank. But LG tries it in a different way; the screen will probably be ON permanently. It’s what we can expect but can’t say anything for sure.
Expected to be announced at MWC on February 21, the new smartphone may combine this new feature and would be a new thing for tech enthusiasts. There’re also lots of rumors of LG G5 floating around the tech world. The new phone is expected to pack a 5.6 inches True HD IPS touch screen with a huge 3840 x 2160 pixels resolution. It is greatly rumored to combine an Octa-core Snapdragon 820 CPU, which will be produce super-fast speed to let heavy programs or software run smoothly and speedily.
Take this as a pinch of salt as we can’t say anything for sure. So, it’s better to wait until MWC 2016, which will be held on February 21 in Barcelona.