Similar to what the secondary screen of the LG V10 can do, the company announced that the upcoming LG G5 will also have their innovative "Always ON' display mode that lets the users see incoming notifications without the need of turning the whole screen on.
|LG G5 official post|
It let's you see your missed calls, messages, emails and etc. without actually draining too much battery as well. LG also revealed the outline on what the G5 will actually look like which appears to be a metal clad phone that has a unique design.
Other than that the LG G5 is rumored to be a lot more powerful and feature packed against the G4 and V10 as it might have the Snapdragon 820 SoC, 4 GB of RAM, bigger storage and fingerprint sensor.
While that feature isn't really actually new, its always nice to see improvements in new upcoming models.
For now let's all wait until MWC 2016 where they'll reveal everything we need to know about this handset including complete specs, price and availability.