LG’s latest smartphone looks to be one of the most unique concepts debuting in the immediate future as the dual wielding front-facing cameras and dual screens is gaining a lot of attention. The LG V10 is a unique concept, and here in about a week we’ll get all the details. Leaks suggesting the handset will feature not one, but two front cameras along with two independent screens along with Phablet sized specs will appeal to those looking for a handset that’s truly different.
The LG V10 release date is rumored to launch on October 10th, and aside from the unique concept it’s bringing some pretty impressive specs. Expected to feature a Phablet sized 5.7” display with a ticker screen just above the first. The ticker display is believed to hold many customizable options such as apps, shortcuts, and contacts, or other quick launches the owner wants.
The specs of the V10 include a 5.7” display with a resolution of 1440 x 2560, Qualcomm 808 SoC, 3GB RAM, 64GB onboard storage, expandable memory, and 16MP rear camera. On the back will be LG’s footprint sporting both the power and volume controls as seen in other LG flagships.
LG’s holding a press event in NYC on the 1st of October which is expected to announce the V10 smartphone. It’ll be interesting to see how consumers respond to the unique concept with LG hoping they’ve hit a homerun with this one.