LG phones often play it safe, but this modular G5, which lets you swap out some parts, is all risk. I love the innovation (no other company has gotten this far with a modular phone), but unfortunately the device falls short on execution.
Swapping out parts means you turn off your smartphone each time, and there just aren’t enough modules right now to make this truly captivating. (LG is selling two components, but they don’t pique my interest all that much.) Maybe if there were more inspired modules, and more partners on board lining up cooler add-ons (I love the idea of a swappable camera lens, for example), I could be more excited about the G5 — or at least more forgiving of its growing pains.
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