Just before its October 1 event, LG has released a teaser giving us a hint of its new phone, the LG V10.
LG is set to launch its most talked-about Android smartphone LG V10 on October 1. The phone has been in the news for its dual displays – both on the front side. The pictures of this device have already been leaked.
Here’s the teaser released by LG:
The teaser shows almost nothing of the phone, and looks like even though the official teaser of V10 is out, we will have to wait till October to get the actual glimpse of this phone.
What to expect from LG V10?
V10’s second display might be used to make a few apps easily accessible to the user just like Samsung Galaxy Edge and Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge+. Given below are a few specifications of V10 as per TENAA listing:
1. 5.7-inch QHD main touchscreen
2. 16-megapixel rear camera
3. 5-megapixel front camera
4. 3GB of RAM
5. MicroSD Card: Yes
6. 64GB expandable memory
7. Built-in fingerprint scanner
8. Processor: Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 808 chipset
The LG V10 is not the first smartphone to experiment a screen with two displays. Verizon’s Samsung Continuum has tried a similar display earlier but it wasn’t able to taste success. Will LG become successful in selling V10 based on a feature relatively new in the market? Only time will tell!