A new LG smartphone dubbed the LG V10 has been the talk of the rumor mongers, thanks to some of its rumored features including a dual display. Sounds interesting, right? Well, LG has just announced an event on October 1 and the device is expected to debut there.
Remember the Samsung Continuum from way back in 2010, which had a small display below the main display. Well, the LG V 10 is rumored to take a leaf out of it and it is said to be coming with an auxiliary display above the main display. LG has been a great innovator when it comes to display technology, so we do expect something great with the LG V10. It will be interesting to see if the dual displays are just a gimmick or the company has finally brought something really productive.
The other rumored specs of the device are top of the line and rightly so, as rumors suggest it will be aimed as the company’s flagship or a premium smartphone. There is said to be a 5.7-inch QHD (2560x1440p) display, the Hexa-core Snapdragon 808 processor, 64 GB expandable storage, 3 GB RAM, 16 MP rear and a 5 MP front-facing camera.
Come October 1, we should know all the details there is on the LG V10. As always, we will bring all the scoop from the LG event, so stay tuned.