Long rumored LG V10 has been officially announced. LG V10 doesn’t have much to attract in terms of benchmarking score, performance or chipset. However, there are some unique features that you won’t find in other smartphones, or may be just couple of them have it. We will tell you all about it.
Second screen in LG V10 is located just above the primary QHD display. You can set it up to be always on, and it won’t impact the battery life that much. It can show battery icon, whether information and date when the primary display is in standby/sleep mode. When the primary display in on, the second screen can be used to display shortcuts for those apps what you use a lot. The best thing what you are going to like is when you watch a movie/video or play games, the second screen will notify when you receive any call or text without distracting you. You can respond or just ignore and keep your entertainment up. What do you think? This is the best part of LG V10 that we don’t think any smartphone can help with.
LG V10 features 5-megapixel dual front lens, and it has the capability to combine images from two separate cameras to cover more area in selfie. It supports 80º standard shot and 120º wide angle shot that is enough to capture a small group in one selfie. Let’s hope you would not need any selfie stick for group selfie while using LG V10. Once the device hits the stores it would be clear. Along with wide angle shot, LG V10 features one more feature known as Multi-view recording. This feature will allow you to utilize all three cameras to capture different angles. This feature is unique that we have not heard of earlier.
Technical Specifications of LG V10
Primary Display : 5.7-inch Quantum Display
Resolution : 2560 X 1440 Pixels
Secondary Screen : 2.1-inch with 160 x 1040 pixels resolution
Finger Print Sensor, Compatible with Android Pay in the United States
RAM : 4GB LPDDR3
Storage : 64GB ROM (expandable with MicroSD card up to 2TB)
Primary Camera : 16-megapixel with OIS, f/1.8 Aperture
Secondary Camera : 5-megapixel dual lens (80º standard shot OR 120º wide angle)
Chipset : Hexa-core 64-bit Snapdragon 808
OS : Android Lollipop 5.1.1
Battery : 3000 mAh
Faster Charging : Yes, Quick charge 2.0. 50 percent in 40 minutes
Color Option : Space Black, Luxe White, Modern Beige, Ocean Blue and Opal Blue
LG V10 also has some great features in terms of video recording. You can record the videos as well edit them right from you smartphone. Its Snap Video feature allows to combine many short videos together. Its 15 secs Auto Edit feature allows to create short video, and highlights the clip by eliminating static scene and blurred frames. Or you can simply use Quick Video Editor feature to change the frame rate, add effects or music to the recorded video etc.. It features three microphone to provide the better sound quality while capturing videos. You can adjust the sensitivity of those three microphone.
So LG V10 is all about camera, video and photography. You can say it’s an upgraded version of LG G4 for those who need a better camera phone, but also 1GB additional RAM.
LG V10 will be available in Korea, China, United States, Middle East, Latin America and some other countries of Asia from October 2016. If you don’t belong to those countries, have some patience. LG will announced the launch date for other countries in coming weeks.
Note : The device that was found on GFXBench as LG G4 Pro features almost the same specs that LG V10 does. It seems that one was probably LG V10, but something got messed up and it showed up as LG G4 Pro on GFXBench.