LG V10

LG V10

5.7 inch display
Android 5.1.1 Lollipop Operating System
Hexa-core 4×1.4 GHz & 2×1.8 GHz  Processor
up to 256 GB Memory Card Slot
64 GB Internal Memory
4 GB RAM
16 MP Rear Camera
Dual 5 MP Front Camera
Removable Li-Ion 3000 mAh battery

KSh 30,500.00

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LG just added another model to its lineup the LG V10 after the LG G4. After it was released many couldn’t wait to see what it entails. What much changed is the screen, and added another selfie camera.

Those aren’t the only new features of the LG V10 LG. Actually LG added a lot here over the LG G4. The phone is definitely worth picking up with no much drawbacks except maybe one thing due to that extra screen at the top. The overall size is a little bit bigger which may make it harder to use for some people.

When it comes to the main hardware features the LG V10 has a Snapdragon 808 processor alongside the Adreno 418 GPU and an extra 4 gigabytes of RAM. The phone also a storage capacity at 64 gigabytes which is so nice and of course you do have access to a micro SD card slot. LG V10 got a 3000 milliamp hour battery and overall pretty good looking phone on paper.

There is a second screen that sits above the main screen and it’s about 70% of the width of the main screen ending. This screen is always on even when the main display is off. You can change this so it goes off when the main screen is off and you can also totally disable this feature creating a big top bezel. But if you’re using the second display sometimes you’ll probably be using it all the time. It has the date and time along with missed notifications which is really helpful.

It almost acts kind of like the ambient display on a Motorola phone except this secondary display is not AMOLED which would have made this feature so much better. This means you will be using a bit more battery with every pixel being lit. You will notice the back light shining. The best of this feature is that this display will show you exactly what notifications you are receiving with more detail without taking up room of the main display.

As for the main display of the LG V10 it’s still beautiful, very similar to the LG G4 although it’s a little bit bigger. It’s a 5.7 inch display with an IPS quad HD panel. Everything is very sharp and it can get very bright. Using this phone outside makes for a good experience. The display is covered in a more durable Gorilla Glass 4.

LG tried to find ways to keep this phone getting sctaches and improvng its durability. The LG V10 has a military certified rating of 810 G which means it’s very shock resistant. Along with this we have a very nice feeling rubbery backing top and bottom which LG calls Duras Skin. Not only does this skin feel very grippy to help with your grasp but it helps absorb the impact of a drop and can hold up against most scratches. The frame around the V10 is SAE grade 316L stainless steel which also plays a big part in keeping this phone from showing those nasty scratches. The stainless steel frame is there to absorb impact almost acting like one of those bumper cases that you put on phones

On the back it has the buttons and power button which is a standard for LG phones. The placement is good and it makes it easier using the buttons. This time around the power button finally has a fingerprint scanner. The scanner does do a pretty good job it’ll miss read to your print sometimes but it’s reliable enough to permanently enable it.

If you’re a music fanatic this is the phone you’re going to want to buy. Not having a small speaker on the bottom does make ideal when watching videos. The sound output even get better when you plug in headphones. In settings you can activate 32 bit HiFi DAC audio from ESS technology. So with a good pair of headphones when playing FLAC files it sounds incredible. You can easily adjust each speaker and optimize the balance of your case with the up sampling even in mp3 tracks you can definitely hear a difference.

The LG G4 was known for its camera and being one of the best in the market at the time. Ever since then other phones have come out with better cameras. What LG has done to try to push back on top is to try some pretty strange things. The main rear facing camera has a 16 megapixel sensor with a great laser autofocus and optical image stabilization.

LG V10 takes incredibly well detailed photos with just enough post-processing going on like sharpening this not too much but it really helps. Just like the G4 it exposes quite well and for those few instances where it over exposes HDR does a really good job helping increase the shadows or decrease the overexposed areas. The big story here is full manual mode that was also found in the LG G4. Changing ISO, white balance, shutter speed and focus is all available in a really easy-to-use and clean looking menu.

Probably the best feature that the LG V10 offers is that incredible close-up shots you can get in manual mode. For now it got a new feature, full manual mode in video recording. When recording videos you can do all the things including a stereo sound level to view audio and an audio controller where you can tell if the audio is coming from behind or in front of the phone.

It has two selfi cameras, more standard lens on the right with the wide-angle lens on the left and you can switch between the two within the camera interface. The wide-angle lens is more of the same one you would find on the G4.

The LG V10 pretty runs everything perfectly like games or switching in and out of apps very fast. It’s a true performer and with the 4 gigabytes of RAM, tough build, micro SD card slot, removable battery and manual camera and video controls. It is really a beast of a phone.

Key Features for the LG V10

5.7 inch display
Android 5.1.1 Lollipop Operating System
Hexa-core 4×1.4 GHz & 2×1.8 GHz  Processor
up to 256 GB Memory Card Slot
64 GB Internal Memory
4 GB RAM
16 MP Rear Camera
Dual 5 MP Front Camera
Removable Li-Ion 3000 mAh battery

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