LG is expected to release the totally-redesigned G5 at the MWC 2016 event. Also, we reported a slew of leaked specifications and features of the LG G5 recently. In the meantime, the South Korean tech giant is not missing any opportunity to flaunt its devices’ stand-out features. A couple of hours back, LG pulled the legs of Samsung via its official Twitter account, mocking the Galaxy S6 series.

Samsung Mobile used it Twitter account to remind the world that the Galaxy S6 Edge+ has the capability to charge from zero percent to 100 percent in just 90 minutes.

LG USA Mobile, on the other hand, utilized this opportunity and replied to Samsung’s Twitter handle by saying the following: "Go from zero to full instantly with a removable battery." Plus, LG attached a link to the official Webpage of the latest secondary-ticker display clad LG V10.

Samsung featured removable battery and microSD card slot in its flagships until the Galaxy S5 series. However, Samsung's Galaxy S6 focused more on the aesthetics of the flagship and in turn, the company ended up removing the much-appreciated removable battery option.

Even though, Apple’s iPhones do not come with microSD slot, Samsung fans saw the removal of a completely working-feature as a downgrade. Meanwhile, Phone Arena says, the 3,000 mAh battery cell featured in the Galaxy Edge S6 Edge+ apparently lasts longer than the 3,000 mAh battery unit housed in the LG V10. But then, it’s true that, LG's battery cell charges faster than the Samsung device i.e. within 65 minutes.

Here, readers can check out the reply of LG to Samsung’s ad: