The LG G4 already has a QHD screen and it's glorious, so it's time for LG to
move things along and give the LG G5 a 4K display. Assuming it stays at 5.5 inches a 4K (3840 x 2160) screen would have a pixel density of 801 pixels per inch, making it one of the sharpest
displays around. If you are a Star Wars fan, you may have the need to watch “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” Blu-ray/DVD on LG G5 on the go.
But, as we all know, Android phones don't have the disc drive for playing Blu-ray and DVD movies. That means there's no such thing which enables you to directly play “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” Blu-ray/DVD on LG G5 at the time being. So what if you want to watch “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” Blu-ray/DVD on LG G5? Here is the best solution for you:
PS. LG G5 supported file types:
Video formats: MP4/Divx/Xvid/H.264/H.265/WMV
Audio formats: MP3/WAV/FLAC/eAAC/WMA
Pavtube BDMagic > (Review) is what you need to rip “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” Blu-ray and DVD to LG G5 supported video format. Besides, you can adjust output aspect ratio of the video to make it adapt with LG G5 screen aspect ratio. Moreover, if there are several language subtitles in your Blu-ray/DVD movies, you can select the language subtitle you want to show in your movie.
Free download and install:
- Pavtube old official address: http://www.pavtube.cn/blu-ray-ripper/
- Cnet Download: http://download.cnet.com/Pavtube-BDMagic/3000-7970_4-75922877.html
Steps to Watch “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” Blu-ray/DVD on LG G5
Step 1. Load “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” Blu-ray/DVD
Open the program, click "File" menu, from its drop-down option, select "Load from disc" to load “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” Blu-ray/DVD to the program.
Step 2: Set output format
Tap on the "Format" bar, choose LG G5 best compatible MP4 as output file format. To achieve a smooth video playback effect, it is idea for you to choose to output "H.264 HD Video(*.mp4)" under "HD Video" as final output file format.
Tip: Open "Video Editor" window, click "Crop" tab to remove black edges and unwanted area of images. Click the icon on the right-bottom to swtich to the advanced mode, then you can choose the output aspect ratio such as 16:10, 16:9, 5:4, 4:3 and 2:1 from the drop-down list of "Display Aspect Ration".
Step 3: Start to convert
Click the "Convert" button to start Star Wars: The Force Awakens” Blu-ray/DVD to LG G5 conversion process.
When the conversion is completed, you can add the converted Star Wars: The Force Awakens” Blu-ray/DVD to LG G5 via USB connection for watching on the go.
Full List of 2016 Best Upcoming Phones
iPhone 5se(iPhone 6c/iPhone mini)
Apple's holding a special event in mid-March in which it is expected to take the wraps off a new 4in iPhone, alongside the second-gen Apple Watch and iPad Air 3. There's not a lot on the rumour mill regarding what to expect, but we'd guess it will be very much like the iPhone 5s.
We reckon the 4in iPhone will, like the 5s, have a 326ppi Retina display and 1GB of RAM, but feature the beefed up A9 processor. For more spec speculation see our iPhone mini rumour round-up.
Apple iPhone 7
The iPhone 7 will be Apple's brand-new flagship phone for 2016, and following tradition should be announced in September. Although the final release date is still many months away, that hasn't stopped the rumour mill going crazy over the upcoming iPhone.
We've already seen rumours that the new iPhone will feature big design changes, with an all-new D-jack headphone jack, waterproofing protection and an eSIM. Loads of rumours are circulating about the screen too - will it get bigger? Will it feature a curved edge? Will it have a Touch ID display, or edge-to-edge glass?
One things for sure, the new iPhone will be faster than ever, with an A10 processor and embedded M10 motion co-processor, plus 2GB of RAM.
Apple iPhone 7 Plus
Apple's upcoming iPhone 7 Plus will be the best iPhone to date, with an array of spec improvements that include a bump up to the A10 chip and M10 motion co-processor with 2GB of RAM.
It's been suggested that the iPhone 7 Plus' screen size will increase to 5.7in, but without increasing the overall size of the iPhone 7 Plus - this could be achieved with an edge-to-edge screen or sidewall display. We just hope it'll improve the resolution as well.
In common with the smaller iPhone we could see a new D-jack headphone connector, and waterproofing protection as standard.
Samsung Galaxy S7 & S7 Edge
The Galaxy S6 is a brilliant product from Samsung, and there has been so much intrigue in its Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge that it has since unveiled the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge+ phablet. Samsung doesn't rest on its laurels too long, though, and on 21 February at Mobile World Congress we will see the new Samsung Galaxy S7 on show alongside a new Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge.
In the S6 Samsung turned its back on Qualcomm and instead used one of its own Exynos processors; while it's possible that we could see a continuation of this trend, we know Samsung has already been testing out the Snapdragon 820. In fact, Samsung is thought to be working alongside Qualcomm in manufacturing the 820 with 3GHz Kyro CPU cores. This also means the new S7 could see Adreno 530 graphics and LP-DDR4 RAM - possibly as much as 6GB, although 4GB is more likely.
We don't expect to see anything new in the already very good screen, so expect a 5.1in Quad HD SuperAMOLED panel. The fingerprint scanner and heart-rate montor found in the S6 will also likely feature. The Samsung Galaxy S7 will come with Android 6.0 Marshmallow and TouchWiz.
We expect the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge to go on sale in March 2016.
Sony Xperia Z6
Sony has had a rough ride in the smartphone market this year and while it will hope the Xperia Z5 range will be a big success, its thoughts must now be firmly with the Xperia Z6.
There's little in the way of leaked information on the phone but it does seem that Sony will stop its six-month refresh cycle meaning the Xperia Z6 will arrive around September 2016.
We're expecting a similar offering to the Z5 with waterproofing and a fingerprint scanner but we hope it will shake things up a bit with something very different to past phones.
Google Nexus 6 2016
It's very early days for new Nexus 6 rumours, but we've already heard a tip-off that the smartphone will once again be made by Huawei, and that it will feature a Snapdragon 820 chip, which is more powerful and energy efficient, and builds in support for Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0.
Some other stuff we 'know' includes the fact it will be the launch vehicle for the new Android OS, Android N, and it will most likely arrive in October. This will be a large-screen phablet (the clue is in the '6') and with support for USB-C now built into Android it will use that format for data transfer and charging.
HTC One M10
Now that we know the phone unveiled by HTC in October was an HTC One A9, we're still expecting to see the HTC One M10 in March 2016.
HTC One launches are traditionally held just prior to March's Mobile World Congress show, and HTC chairwoman Cher Wang has said there would be significant improvements in innovations and design for the next flagship model next year. However, we're expecting to see the HTC One M10 shortly after MWC, with a separate launch event held in March 2016.
A key area in which HTC now lags behind its rivals is the screen, with the M9 featuring a full- rather than Quad HD display. We'd expect to see some key improvements here, as well as some general performance enhancements.