“Designed from the ground up primarily as a multimedia smartphone, the LG V10 is the ultimate device for the sharing ecosystem.”
People who aren't satisfied with single servings can finally rejoice as LG V10 which offers two screens and two front cameras in one phone is finally shipping this week. Lucky users from China, Hong Kong, and US will get their hands first on the awaited device followed by the North American, Asian, European, Middle Eastern, and Latin American markets.
In the US, T-Mobile already officially launched their offering followed by AT&T next week. The LG V10 had already created a buzz prior to its shipment due to its impressive offerings which included dual offerings of 5MP front cameras and screens along with a stainless-steel frame with a shock-absorbing Dura Guard material on the back of its 5.7 inch size, an octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 808 processor, 4GB of RAM, 3000mAh battery, 16-megapixel rear camera and 64GB of storage which can be expanded with a 200GB memory card.
“Designed from the ground up primarily as a multimedia smartphone, the LG V10 is the ultimate device for the sharing ecosystem,” said Juno Cho, president and CEO of the LG Electronics Mobile Communications Company. “Consumers have been waiting for a true multimedia device that doesn’t cut corners. With the V10, we hope to show what smartphones are truly capable of.”
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