Oct 27, 2015 10:00 PM EDT
LG's newest smartphone offering, V10 is now open for pre-orders in AT&T and T- Mobile and in-store availability after a few days. Dubbed as an odd device since the company's latest offering provide a unique dual-screen and dual-selfie, front-facing cameras.
The product is pointed towards the multitaskers and the photo enthusiast population that are ready to try new technology, which is viewed by many as an "oddball" in the smartphone market today. The company is positive that its customers will receive the product well.
"One of the coolest features is the photo and video editing software included on the phone," Jeff Bradley of AT&T said. It makes sharing of photos to friends and family a lot easier than the generic way offered by most standard smartphones today.
The V10 sports a 5.7 inch display with 515 ppi pixel density for a wide and crisper view protected by the Corning gorilla glass. It has a secondary display of 2.1 inches with 160 x 1040 pixels and loaded with a 5.1 lollipop android with a chipset of Snapdragon 808. Under the hood, it runs a quad core and dual core architecture for a much faster and fluid performance coupled with a GPU of Adreno 418.
It also has a massive internal storage of 64GB expandable up to 128 GB with 4GB or RAM, which is a standard hardware for flagship level devices. It sports a 16 megapixel shooter in the rear and a latest technology duo front facing camera with 5 megapixel. It also offers a massive battery life of 3000 mAh with an added feature of fingerprint sensor which is also offered with its other devices from LG.
The AT&T company will offer the phone at US$250 for a two year contract and will be officially launched in Nov. 6. Meanwhile, T-Mobile will charge the device at US$600 or $25 a month and starts in store sale in October 30. Apparently, as a plus in purchasing the V10, LG is throwing away a free 200 GB memory card, an extra battery and battery cradle for orders at all carrier stores from Oct. 27 up to Nov. 15.
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