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LG is killing the modular design of the G5 and abandoning the LG friends line of accessories which should give pause to early adopters going forward.
You're basically getting the unlocked LG G5 at $150 now from B&H, with a number of typically costly accessories included in a sweet $450 bundle.
It's way too early to start any concrete LG G6 rumors, though the next-gen phone's modular capabilities are practically etched in stone already.
For the Pocketnow Weekly Podcast 200th episode, we're chatting Google I/O 2016, Motorola and Project Tango, and giving away TWO phones!
The LG Action CAMLTE is the newest addition to the company's "Friends" lineup, not needing the G5 phone to challenge GoPro's action cam throne.
Just as it was with last year's Moto X Play and Moto X Style/Pure Editon, both Vertex and Vector Thin will play the same Tango to different specs.
If you want to cater to your needs with the modular LG G5, you're going to need some Friends to help out. That's where this site comes into play.
We're finally starting to nail down some LG Friends pricing details, as news starts coming in from multiple markets.
Things haven't fully settled yet on the LG G5 availability front, but the modular phone can be pre-ordered in the US ahead of a March 31 global launch.
LG gives us a confirmed window for the start of LG G5 US sales, along with news about the arrival of the phone's accessory lineup.
A slew of "companion devices" grouped together under the LG Friends moniker might steal the spotlight away from the actual LG G5 phone, and here's why.