The LG V10 is expected to arrive soon, so LG fans and non-LG fans alike are expected to be excited with the upcoming V10, however, what are the traits that make the V10 a worthy device to wait for? In regards to that, we figured we should provide you with five key features of the LG V10 that you should look forward to.
Dual front facing sensor
The LG V10 holds a few new unique tricks in its sleeves and this is one of them. The dual front facing sensor feature is something that is not exactly new to the smartphone industry, however, the LG team tweaked this particular feature a bit and created a somewhat newer take on the feature. The relatively smaller secondary sensor has a wide-angle shooting capability, which can help in providing maximum output editing and manipulating, such as being able to focus or unfocus a particular photo, despite the output already in state of imagery. With this new breakthrough, the LG V10 is sure to get a few selfie lovers on the bandwagon, since it primarily focuses on the front facing sensors and how they can creatively make more out-of-this-world selfies through that particular feature.
A secondary miniature display
Another of the V10s new goodies in store for everyone is the secondary screen, which serves as a notifier or shortcut for applications and activities. When the phone is on sleep mode, the only active screen is the secondary one, meaning any notifications for apps are now going to be broadcasted through the secondary screen, rather than the main screen, which in theory, should save you more energy since the main screen is still inactive. The secondary screen also serves as a way of getting access to your favourite apps more easily, since it serves as a shortcut for certain apps that you can generally set up. Applications that you primarily use, like lets say facebook, can be easily accessed, without prioritizing your attention on the main screen.
Duraskin for increased body roughness
The LG V10’s stainless steel framing and rough exterior gives the latter a very robust-like appearance, which to some, might actually be a huge factor. The effect, dubbed the DuraSkin is something to look at indeed. It is something that should be considered by LG users, which should primarily have gotten used to LG’s very unique exterior designation on their devices, such as on the G4. The LG V10’s DuraSkin is not for show though, because it is expected to do its job and do it right.
Military grade STD 810G shock resistant feature
As if the DuraSkin isn’t enough for the LG V10’s robustness that they added a few more for its durability. The STD 810G feature, which is a feature that even ranks up to military grade heavily implies that this device is something that can last and can keep up with the toughest of times. This feature provides shock resistance capabilities and enables the V10 to put up a fight from falls, smashes and sudden impacts, which will be quite handy for the klutzy smartphone users (such as myself).
The 1440p QHD display
The V10’s QHD display is no pushover, despite that this is more of a common feature, it is still something to look forward to. The 1440 x 2560 pixels is something that can provide you with excellent display opportunities and performances, which is highly expected from the LG V10. This is probably one of the V10’s more noticeable feature though, since we still don’t have one, we can only assume, however, by the looks of it in paper, the V10 is something that can be appreciated when it comes to display capability.
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|Specs/ PH price|
LG V10 specs, PH price, features
|Display||5.7-inch IPS 1440p QHD Quantum display, 513ppi, secondary display, 160 x 1040 pixels, 2.1 inches|
|Size||8.6mm thickness, 192g weight|
|Color||Space black, luxe, white, modern beige, ocean blue, opal blue|
|Protection||Cornings Gorilla Glass 4,|
|Chip||Qualcomm Snapdraon 808 SoC chipset|
|Processor||64 GB, 4 GB RAM, microSD, up to 128 GB|
|Memory||Quad-core 1.44 GHz Cortex-A53 & dual-core 1.82 GHz Cortex-A57|
|Main Shooter||16MP rear shooter, F1.8 aperture/OIS|
|Multimedia||2160p@30fps 4K UHD video recorder|
|Front facing shooter||5MP selfie shooter, dual-lens|
|Connectivity||LTE-A Cat 6, WiFi ac, BT 4.1, NFC, GPS, GLONASS|
|OS||Android 5.1.1 Lollipop|
|Software features||Ok Google, Android TV|
|Battery Capacity||3000 mAh battery|
|Ports and charging||microUSB v2.0|
|Released date||October, exp release in PH is December|
|Official price||Php 30K through online stores and official grey markets|
|Where to buy||online stores and grey markets|
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