LG has reportedly released the one-of-a-kind V10 smartphone. Customers in South Korea can now purchase the device.
The LG V10 comes with two screens and two front-facing camera units. The device features a 5.7-inch touchscreen, packed with a QHD screen resolution of 1,440 x 2,560 pixels. The secondary ticker display is a 2.1-inch screen with 160 x 1,040 pixels resolution. The handset is apparently "resilient," thanks to the "Steel Dura Guard Frame" and a unique "Reinforced Dura Skin Back," GSM Dome reported, citing a Romanian source. The V10 also bundles a fingerprint scanner for user authentication.
Under the hood, the LG V10 comes powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 808 processor and backed by a cool 4 GB of RAM. On the software front, Android 5.1.1 Lollipop OS runs the show, straight out of the box.
When it comes to camera specification, there is a 16-megapixel rear-facing sensor with support for OIS, laser autofocus and LED flash. In addition, two 5-megapixel front-facing cameras adorn the front of the device to capture killer selfies.
The LG V10 comes equipped with 64 GB of built-in storage space and microSD card slot for further expansion. A good-enough 3,000 mAh battery unit helps keep the lights on for a longer period of time. LG will be offering the device in Luxe White, Modern Beige and Ocean Blue colors, according to Blog Of Mobile.
As far as the LG V10 price goes, the handset will apparently set the buyers back by KRW 799,700, which roughly translates to a premium price tag of $700 at today’s rate. However, GSM Arena says, the handset might be marginally cheaper when it gets released in the U.S. But then, at this point, LG has not announced the release time frame pertaining to countries outside Korea.
In case readers missed it, the impressive video promo of the LG V10 can be viewed here: (Credit: YouTube/LG Mobile Global)