The long rumored LG V10, the new flagship phablet from the South Korean electronics company, is now here and official.
The LG V10 lived up to what previous rumors had suggested, boasting a dual display feature, which consists of a main 5.7-inch wide display with a 1440 x 2160 pixels Quad HD resolution and Corning Gorilla Glass 4 protection, and a secondary display, a 2.1-inch QQVGA 1040 x 160 pixels display on the top panel of the main display. Unlike the main display, this secondary displaywhich looks like a column on the top part of the screenalways stays on.
The secondary display has a lot of functions and uses. First, it displays frequently used apps. It also display notifications, and can be used to simplify the controls of some apps such as music navigation, and also has a function when it comes to camera usage.
The LG V10 runs under a 64-bit hexa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 808 chip, with an ARM Cortex-A57 and ARM Cortex-A53 CPUs, and an Adreno 418 GPU. It packs 4 GB worth of RAM, along with a 64 GB worth of built-in internal storage capacity. This can be further expanded via an external microSD card expansion of up to 2TB worththat is, by the time that 2TB mass market microSD cards start to sell.
The LG V10 also boasts a main rear camera that is 16 megapixels, with an f/1.8 aperture, and Dual LED flash. It can record videos of up to a stunning 4K resolution. The front has a Dual-Camera set up, wherein a 5 megapixels camera consists of one for selfies, and one with a wide-angle lens meant to take photos on a wider range, intended specially for a groufie.
The device is powered by a 3,000 mAh battery, and it boots on Android Lollipop 5.1.
The LG V10 is made out of stainless steel frame, with the removable back cover made of a silicon-like material called Dura Skin. It is available in Space Black, Luxe White, Modern Beige, Ocean Blue, and Opal Blue.