Just about a week ago LG debuted the V10 phablet, basically a more interesting version of the LG G4, with a bigger screen and some lovely extras. Today we learn that the product hits the shops tomorrow in South Korea, priced at $683.
The device, aside from being a looker also brings an appealing second display above the main one, used to show notifications and app shortcuts. Also, we’re getting two 5 megapixel selfie cameras here and we learn that the LG V10 will be sold via the main Korean carriers, among which LG is also involved. Inside the smartphone there’s a hexa core Snapdragon 808 processor and other features include a Quad HD 5.7 inch screen and a main 16 megapixel camera.
The second screen we mentioned is a 2.1 incher, with a 1024 x 160 pixel resolution and this is one resilient phone, courtesy of a steel Dura Guard frame and a specially reinforced Dura Skin back. The V10 also packs a fingerprint scanner within the back Home button and uses 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of storage. I have to say that the price isn’t bad at all.