Much to the delight of LG loyalists, the company is gearing up to bring out its flagship sooner than expected.

The LG G5 teased in September by the company, is rumored to be hitting the shelves as early as Q1 2016. If speculations are anything go by then LG should make the announcement before the year end, as noted by Know Your Mobile. While there is no official word on the specs of the device in question, read through to know what the rumored spec-sheet features for those awaiting its launch.

The smartphone may sport a 5.6-inch True HD IPS display with a 3840 x 2160 resolutions. Yes, it is indeed speculated to arrive with a 4K display, which is bound to become a norm in the coming year. One of the standout spec is rumored to be the Iris-scanner, if that does happen, G5 will be amongst the first smartphones to boast of such a feature. Furthermore, it may come powered by an 8-core Snapdragon 820 processor and reportedly might feature 4GB RAM.

The primary camera is rumored to feature a 20MP sensor and it may house a mean 10MP secondary snapper for those high-res selfies. The G5 is expected to arrive with three storage options including 32, 64, and 128GB. If the device launches with the rumored specs on board, then it will definitely be one of the handsets to watch out for in early 2016.

Its predecessor, the LG G4 has garnered quite a following and now seven months later, the Korean tech giant has unveiled a White Gold variant of the handset. As reported by the International Business Times, the LG G4 splashed in a White Gold shade will only be available in South Korea through the carrier U+.

Nothing changes besides the hue, but the pricing on this one is  699,900 Won, which approximately comes up to $605 for an unlocked variant. There is no word on whether the model will ship to other regions.

Fans can keep coming back for more updates on LG smartphones.