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LG’s V10 Smartphone Official With Dual-front Camera, Seconday Display

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This is LG’s newest premium device

LG has officially taken off the wraps of off their newest premium smartphone, the V10. The V10 is a unique phone in more ways than one – for starters, it has a small secondary display that runs right on top of its main display. That small strip gives users pertinent information about their messages, alerts, notifications and battery status when the main display is off. When the display is on, the secondary display acts like the central hub for your shortcuts and apps.

LG V10 specs

  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 808 hexa-core processor
  • 4GB of RAM
  • 5.7-inch QHD display, Gorilla Glass 4 protection, 1440 x 2560 resolution
  • 64GB of storage, expandable up to 128GB
  • 16-megapixel rear camera with OIS, f/1.8 aperture, LED flash, laser AF
  • Dual 5-megapixel front camera
  • 3G, LTE
  • WiFi, Bluetooth, GPS, A-GPS, NFC
  • Android 5.1
  • 3000mAh battery

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The V10 also has another unique trick up its sleeve – dual selfie cameras. Unlike Lenovo’s Vibe S1 that uses dual cameras for intense depth of field shooting, the V10’s dual camera setup allows you take groufies easily – each camera can takes photos of a different area directly in front, and the phone stitches it together to form a 120-degree wide groufie.

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The body uses a frame made from 316L stainless steel, and also utilizes resilient Dura Guard material to keep everything nice and strong. The rear key setup is still there, and the device uses a 5.7-inch QHD IPS quantum display that’s a step up from the G3. The rear camera on the other hand, is a 16-megapixel one that has OIS and f/1.8 aperture on board.

Powering everything is Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 808 hexa-core processor, paired with 4GB of RAM. A 3000mAh battery is on board. No official launch date has been set for the V10, nor has the price been revealed as of yet.

John Nieves

John is a veteran technology and gadget journalist with more than 10 years of experience both in print and online. When not writing about technology, he frequently gets lost in the boonies playing soldier.

24 Comments

  1. Boss John, Boss Carlo

    Parang awa nyo na, pahingi po ng payo. Naghahanap po talaga ako ng phone na less than 10k pero ang requirements ko lng is at least 5.5 inch at maganda camera. Alin po ba ang pinaka okay na cam sa lahat? Meizu M2 Note, Alcatel Flash Plus, ZF2 Laser, CM Flare X, or meron pang iba? Huhuhu, please please please

  2. Nice phone but this would have been better if LG just waited for the SD 820. They should have decided this to be Android Marshmallow as well. Judging from the specs, there’s only slight difference in comparison with LG G4.

      1. You don’t get it do you. LG clearly did a Samsung move here (S6+ vs Note 5) by adding some secondary display gimmicks and and make it more “premium feel” but the specs only have slight difference and more expensive

        It means you buy this phone over LG G4 because of it’s premium display, not performance.

    1. Ronald, sorry sa mga thick-skulled dito na hindi maka-gets na OPINION MO YUN. Apparently sa internet kingdom ng pilipinas ay bawal na magbigay ng critique. wtf

  3. This is a much more premium version of LG G4, the only problem in LG’s mobile line-up is the battery :(

      1. At bakit magpapakahirap kang magdala ng extra battery sa bulsa mo na may tsansang masira? Okay lang yan para mga babae o baklang tulad mo na nagdadala ng bag.

        LG’s phone have historically bad batteries. Pinagmamayabang nila ang removable battery nila pero sorry na lang sa kanila at marerealize din nila ang losing cost of manufacturing these spare batteries kase wala namang bibili ng original battery sa kanila. Hintayin mo na lang in less than 2 years from now at mawawala yang removable battery option sa kanila just like every other major manufacturer out there.

        1. Eh gago ka pala eh anu gusto mo 2700 mah non removable na nag degrade over time at least eto mabibilhan mo pa ng battery

        2. Mali ung nag-reply dito na pangit ang battery ng LG phone anong LG meron ka ha!! baka sa bangketa mo na bili, I have note 1 to note 4 and LG G2 to G4 much better lahat ng LG battery compared sa Samusung ko, kahit di na ako magdala ng extra battery pangmatagalan parang motolite. ung mga di nakaranas ng LG high end unit wag kayo magdunong dunongan sa merong unit kasi naninira kayo.

  4. khit nmn non-removable yung battery mo katagalan papalitan mo prin yun, mas mhrap p nga non-removable kc kailangan mo pa dalhin sa tech pra s replacement ng battery, logic lng pre

  5. Mali ung nag-reply dito na pangit ang battery ng LG phone anong LG meron ka ha!! baka sa bangketa mo na bili, I have note 1 to note 4 and LG G2 to G4 much better lahat ng LG battery compared sa Samusung ko, kahit di na ako magdala ng extra battery pangmatagalan parang motolite. ung mga di nakaranas ng LG high end unit wag kayo magdunong dunongan sa merong unit kasi naninira kayo.

  6. Nakakagulat mag comment ang mga readers dito. They act as if ang gagaling, hindi naman makabili ng bagong flagship non-China manufacturer phone na cash. Maghihintay pa ng retention or bibili ng second hand para makabili pero kung maka asta. Hay naku.

    1. GUESTPH,

      Di kami mayaman kahit magbobote makakabili ng brand new Iphone or LG kung gugustohin nya, kaya please don’t act as high priest kasi halos lahat ng gamit ngaun is made in china kahit pinaka mahal pa na phone yan basta nasa common market place.

  7. GuestPH,

    E di ikaw na mayaman! Ano ba phone mo? May issue ka ba sa mga China made phones? Alam mo yung mga parts/components ng mga smart phone giants ngayon na made in China dumadaan na sa strict qualtity control. Haay naku. Ang dami mong alam.

  8. Tanong ko lng po sana makakabili neto sa pinas? suggestion nmn po.. tska anyone po na may experience sa widgetcity? kamusta transaction?

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