There are some things that you have to know about LG V10. Its bigger 5.7” display opens LG’s new group of flagship mobile phones in a range that the company says it beats the LG G4. Second, it has another always-on mini display above the primary one that provides shortcuts to people and various apps. Third, it is the first smart phone that has a pair of camera lenses on the front. One of these is for the user, while the additional wide-angle lens can shoot images with a large number of people and panoramic photos.
Together, these innovative factors emphasize a smart phone that LG wants to be set apart from a broad variety of preholiday opponents from Apple, Samsung, Motorola, Sony or OnePlus.
The South Korean manufacturer stated that the LG V10 is the original gadget in a new range of devices that are intended to be even more popular than the LG G line that offered the current LG G4. That is mainly because the smart phone is bigger (a feature that many users associate with better performances) and because it is metallic and not plastic, compared to the G4.
In addition, with a second frontal camera, the LG V10 has indeed a package of more advanced components. We do not know actual costs yet, but we learned that LG is placed in the same price class as iPhone 6S Plus at around $700.
Numerous rumors leading up to its release talked about a second display, which was assumed to look like a ticker. It was thought be another scrolling strip with news and other shortcuts, similar to those on the Samsung Galaxy Edge+, Note Edge and S6 Edge.
Instead, this small strip placed in the upper part of the main screen acts more as at-a-glance display that informs you about different things. These could be your preferred app shortcuts and new connections when you run along the strip. You can personalize this small screen to show a restricted number of essential options and contacts, such as your video streamer. Think of this tiny screen display as a small toolbar and then you might discover some good uses for it.
When the primary display goes black, this thin screen is always on as a standard option, but it can be turned off. It consumes only 5% of the phone’s battery power, as LG states. It will turn off when is put into the pocket, for instance. The producer says that during its usage, the owner will increase the battery life by using the tiny second display for notifications, rather than turning on the main screen show to see the time and weather.
In this matter, it offers you an overview of the fact that is new information awaiting you. The notifications are displayed as an icon and not as regular alerts that run across the upper part of the screen. Only a few other smart phones offer an option like this and Microsoft named it “glance screen” that appears on the entire screen, not just on a small area along the side.
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