The LG V10 is a unique phone. It’s selling point is durability, a marketing cry that we don’t usually hear from LG. With the materials used on the phone, it’s hard not to believe what LG claims. For one, the LG V10 has a frame made of SAE grade 316L stainless steel and also boasts of a silicone back cover. The appearance of the phone also projects toughness, thanks to a grid pattern in the rear that also allows for an easy grip.
The LG V10 has two display, with the main one featuring a 5.7-inch QHD IPS Quantum Display with 2560×1440 resolution (513ppi). The secondary display, on the other hand, is an IPS Quantum Display with 160×1040 resolution (513ppi).
The LG V10 is not only tough, it’s also a very capable phone. The V10 is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 808 Processor, paired with 4GB of LPDDR3 RAM. Storage comes in at 64GB, with support for expansion up to 2TB via microSD card slot. It has a 3,000 battery, which could prove insufficient considering the phone’s huge display.
In terms of photography features, the LG V10 wants to stand out from the rest of the boring crop of phones. The phone has 3 cameras, not the usual 2. However, two of them are in front. The dual-lens front camera supports 80 degree and 120-degree standard and wide angle shots. The rear camera, on the other hand, is a 16-megapixel affair with F1.8 aperture and Optical Image Stabilization (OIS) 2.0. The LG V10 runs Android 5.1.1 Lollipop.
The LG V10 is priced at P37,990 in the Philippines. That has got to hurt our wallets but if you are impressed with the specs and features of the LG V10, you could find its price somehow reasonable.
If you purchase the LG V10 from November 27 to 29 at LG concept stores, you may get the free 200GB memory card being offered.