LG V10 Review - A Value-for-Money Smartphone
Korean tech giants, LG have released the V10, a smartphone that comes with a myriad of impressive features including a vivid display, a stylish design, and a powerful rear camera. Below is a rundown of the phone's specifications:
This device boasts an extremely high-quality display due to its 1440 x 2560 screen resolution and 515-pixel density. With a screen quality as high as what the LG v10 has to offer pixelation on the display is inexistent. Also, there is more space for icons to appear as crisp as possible with the high pixel density offered by the screen, which is twice the size of the density of Apple’s standard retina displays. Its IPS LCD capacitive screen display aside from being the brightest among the LG, it boasts a 2nd screen on the upper part of the screen, which aligns with its 2 front-facing cameras. These 2nd screen functions as an easy access display for icons/applications that users use often.
Top of the Line Camera
The primary camera of the V10 borrows its greatness from its 1st-degree sibling the LG G4. It offers the same specs such as 16MP resolution, laser focus for a lightning-fast autofocus, phasing focus: the ability to focus on moving object quickly and easily, and a very fast shutter speed. The G4’s camera goodness is all emulated in this device, however, the parting feature that the v10 comes with that the G4 doesn’t is its dual front camera. The two front-facing cameras provide better solutions for an easier shot of a wider area on your background as you take a selfie. The first camera provides a solution to a relatively tight selfie while the other one makes it easier to have group shots as it can cover up to 120-degree angles. The V10 has taken selfie cameras to the next level.
Unique and Sturdy Build
The V10 has opened a new world of design for the LG phones. It’s one of the biggest devices that LG has manufactured to date, which could be a good comparison to phablets and Apple’s iPhone 6 Plus. The sexiest thing about this phone is that its bezel is as thin as we could get, and its surface is mostly the screen itself. Just like the G series, its volume rocket is situated at the back of the phone, which is sitting underneath the camera as it also functions as a shutter key/ button. Its back cover is made of Dura Skin, a silicone-like material that is elastic but hard and is highly resistant to scratches. Its 10 folds better than aluminium. Also, it sports a rugged yet catchy look, nothing sophisticated but still captures an elegant build and design.