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LG V10

LG V10 is the newest flagship device from the Korean Smartphone brand, LG. They have finally broadened their selection of flagship devices, instead of sailing away from their G series. This new flagship device is their new king in their smartphone Kingdom because of an obvious reason – it’s simply the best smart phone device that they’ve launched since the birth of their G series. Read more to find out!

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Lg V10 Hong Kong

Surreal Display

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 camera. 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 120 degrees angle 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 aluminum. Also, it sports a rugged yet catchy look, nothing sophisticated but still captures an elegant build and design.

Expert Reviews

Reviewed on 2016-07-18
We're giving away one LG V10 Android smartphone! This is a T-Mobile US model, and it's locked to T-Mobile. We have 1 phone to give away, and you can enter the contest using the link below. This is our and LG's way of saying thanks for watching! This is op...
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Reviewed on 2016-05-25
Steel frame and shockproofNot a very durable battery
LG is one of the smartphone manufacturers that has always tried to be innovative. A good example of this fact is the significant changes found in the new G5 when compared to its predecessor. In a fashion similar to that of their biggest South Korean compe...
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Reviewed on 2016-05-24
LG introduced a new smartphone series late last year, in an attempt to get a bigger foothold in the premium smartphone market. The first of the series, the LG V10 , brought with a durable build and some new hardware features, along with a unique take a se...
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Reviewed on 2016-04-29
With LG's main phone line being their G series it wouldn't be a big surprise if you hadn't heard of their V10. I have been testing the V10 for a while and every time someone asked what phone I had they had no idea what the V10 was. You might remember the...
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Reviewed on 2016-03-22
Exceptional camera and camera software, Secondary screen proves useful, particularly for multitasking, Unique and credible build materials, Comes with great headphones and exquisite DACIt's big, Body rugged, but not waterproof, Battery only slightly above average, Chipset a bit below flagship
The LG V10's innovative display, finish, and camera – as well as its above average sound output – combine to match the competition's flagship models. Think of it as tweaked LG G4 , a device that attracts early adopters who appreciate the type of superior...
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Reviewed on 2016-03-21
Gorgeous, stylish and comfortable design, Very goodlooking 5.5” Super AMOLED screen, Ridiculously fast autofocus in camera, Futureproof Snapdragon 820 chip, Cool camera features like Motion Picture, Motion Panorama and Hyperlapse, Actually usable Alwayson...
In the world of Android devices, Samsung and LG stand tall. The two companies make some of the most popular and arguably the best Android phones. Samsung's newest trendy phone is the Galaxy S7 Edge , a 5.5” device that does not feel as big as other devic...
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Reviewed on 2016-03-10
The LG V10 has a lot going for it - it's a flagship, a phablet, a camera phone, a rugged phone, a Hi-Fi phone and the first of the new V-series. It's a feature-packed device and its signature feature is the secondary always-on display and a dual selfie ca...
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Reviewed on 2016-03-03
Brilliant Build Quality and Premium Feel, Rugged and Refreshing Design, Great Camera Quality, Manual Imaging and Video Modes with RAW Support and Bitrate Options, Great Audio Quality, Good Display with Secondary Display, Removable Battery, Expandable Memo...Fingerprint Sensor Isn't Always Accurate, Battery Life Not Good Enough
LG had quite a disappointing year in 2015 due to lackluster sales of the LG G4. The G4 was a brilliant smartphone in many ways but still failed to gain momentum owing to a few factors. The primary factor being the build quality and materials used. Samsung...
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Reviewed on 2016-02-29
The LG V10 is a pretty big departure from LG's previous flagship, the G4. It isn't curved, it isn't plastic and it doesn't have a leather back. What it does have is two selfie cameras, two displays (a small always-on secondary screen sits above the main 5...
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Reviewed on 2016-02-18
Korean smartphone maker LG is not calling this its new flagship phone, but all indicators are pointing to the LG V10 as the one to beat. Having a quad high-definition screen is nothing new, but the V10's 5.7-inch makes it one of the larger devices with...
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Reviewed on 2016-02-17
Korean smartphone maker LG is not calling this its new flagship phone, but all indicators are pointing to the LG V10 as the one to beat.Having a quad high-definition screen is nothing new, but the V10's 5.7-inch makes it one of the larger devices with an...
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Reviewed on 2016-02-13
Solid stainless steel frame, Good handling, Option for fully manual camera controls, Removable battery, MicroSD card slot accepts cards up to 2TBLackluster benchmark performance, Short battery life
The LG V10 is a pretty big departure from LG's previous flagship, the G4 . It isn't curved, it isn't plastic and it doesn't have a leather back. What it does have is two selfie cameras, two displays (a small always-on secondary screen sits above the main...
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Reviewed on 2016-02-10
When the LG G4 made its debut during the summer , I thought it was one of the best smartphones I had used to date. It wasn't without its flaws of course, but it definitely offered excellent specifications coupled with an amazing camera , but lacked style...
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Reviewed on 2016-02-09
fast SoC, robust and premium design, decent connectivity configuration, expandable storage, removable battery, good camera, Quick Charge, 32 bit HiFi DA converter, fast fingerprint scanner, frugal secondary screen...with limited functionality, tightly sized power supply, SOC throttling, UI slows down the system, no wireless charging
Technical twin. The configuration of LG's V10 strongly reminds us of the G4. The South Korean company treats the handset to a second screen and additional front-facing lens. Read whether the surcharge is justified in this report...
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Reviewed on 2016-02-01
Excellent design, Top of the line camera that includes manual controlsSoftware bugs, Secondary screen doesn't really do anything
Even while LG has released the already good LG G4, its new line of extra premium devices managed to get our attention with its first offering: the LG V10.The LG V10 improves upon the LG G4 in every way, and even throws in various features that with the tw...
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Reviewed on 2016-01-31
I was initially skeptical of LG's V10 . Both the second screen and dual selfie cameras struck me as classic phone gimmicks in the vein of the Samsung Continuum or Kyocera Echo : They seem like good ideas when you're in the store, but you'll forget that th...
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Reviewed on 2016-01-29
I did a double take when I read that LG's new V10 had two screens. I flipped it around, looked at the back.Turned out the second screen was a small strip right on top of the main screen, as a seamless add-on that gave you quick access to your frequently u...
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Reviewed on 2016-01-26
Just officially launched here in the Philippines is LG's new flagship device, the LG V10. It is feature packed and is supported with good hardware. Take note though that the “V” line isn't replacing the “G” series. In fact, there are already news and rumo...
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Reviewed on 2016-01-25
When you spend your days in the big city, winter hardly feels like a fun season. But once you step outside of the city's boundaries, the sweeping vistas of the snowy slopes make for some of the best photo opportunities. And regardless whether you ski or n...
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Reviewed on 2016-01-13
Last week's blind shootout got us in a competitive spirit, so we decided we'd do another one - but a phablet one still. This time, we bring in the Apple iPhone 6s Plus and the Microsoft Lumia 950 XL, while carrying over the LG V10 and Samsung Galaxy Note5...
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Processor frequency

1.8 GHz

Processor family

Qualcomm Snapdragon

Processor model


Processor cores


Coprocessor frequency

1.44 GHz

Coprocessor cores



Display diagonal

14.5 cm (5.7")

Display resolution

2560 x 1440 pixels

Orientation sensor
Screen shape


Display type


Touch technology


Touchscreen type


Pixel density

513 ppi

Ports & interfaces

USB port
USB connector type


USB version


Headphone connectivity

3.5 mm

Weight & dimensions


192 g


7.93 cm


8.6 mm


16 cm


SIM card type


2G standards


3G standards


4G standards


Wi-Fi standards

IEEE 802.11a, IEEE 802.11ac, IEEE 802.11b, IEEE 802.11g, IEEE 802.11n

Bluetooth version


Tethering (modem-mode)
Wi-Fi Direct
Near Field Communication (NFC)


Internal storage capacity

64 GB

Internal RAM

4096 MB

USB mass storage


Assisted GPS (A-GPS)


Operating system installed


Operating system version



Rear camera resolution (numeric)

16 MP

Auto focus
Built-in flash
Front camera
Front camera resolution (numeric)

5 MP

Zoom capability
Video recording
Video recording modes

720p, 1080p, 2160p

Maximum frame rate

120 fps

Resolution at capture speed

1280x720@120fps, 1920x1080@30fps, 3840x2160@30fps

Image stabilizer
Flash type




Battery capacity

3000 mAh


Form factor


Colour of product


Protection features

Shock resistant

Fingerprint reader


Subscription type

No subscription