Here comes the good news for AT&T and T-Mobile users. Both the carriers will now be selling LG’s most awaited dual screen smartphone, “LG V10.”
People who have been looking to buy a new smartphone have a new option now. With elegant looks, this device comes with:
i. Steady Record video stabilization technology
ii. Dual-layer glass display
iii. Dual front facing cameras
LG V10 is a 5.7 inch smartphone with 2560×1440 Quad HD display. For photography enthusiasts, it has two, oh sorry, three cameras. Yes, you read that right. LG V10 is a phone with 3 cameras, one 16 megapixel primary and two 5 megapixel selfie cameras.
Not many phones focus on the audio quality, but LG’s V10 is different. With 3 mics, this device allows you to record clear and crisp sound. Speaking about the design, as the brand believes, LG V10 is a combination of stainless steel and superior craftsmanship that gives you “unrivaled durability for whatever life drops.” This device has also obtained military standard certification for the transit drop test.
It is packed with 3,000 mAh removable battery. And for the ones who always run out of space, LG V10 has an option to insert a microSD card and expand memory upto 2TB. Isn’t that a dream phone? Why won’t the major carriers encash it then?
Following the footsteps of AT&T and T-Mobile, Verizon may soon start selling this beauty. At least this is what LG’s website suggests.
With T-Mobile, customers will have to pay $600 for the device. They can also choose to pay with a-$25 installment over a period of 24-months.
With AT&T, the total amount would be $700. By committing for two-year plan, customers can buy this phone for $250.