The LG V10 specials: dual Screen, dual camera, double the fun
LG’s latest LG V10 smartphone is really a beauty to behold on the outside and a technological wonder to contend with on the inside. It is on these high notes that this phone and its makers are riding to make the device a very huge success and all hopes are staked high. Some of the ‘special’ specifications that can be seen on the device is the tendency for it to have double of things to which we are used to the single of. For example, a device that comes with both double screen technology and double camera technology likewise isn’t something that we just dismiss with a wave of the hand.
The LG V10’s dual screen technology works in such a way that you have one screen on (on top of the device) which would show you things like the time of day, what date it is and other important notifications likewise. This screen is always on and gives you access to some applications and settings on the devices too.
The comes in the double camera on front. This would most likely be a treat to selfie lovers as this offers a much more wider angle for taking pictures and as such, more people can fit into it. LG calls it the groufie capable camera, feel free to use that language.
With the rest of its specs which are also some of the awesome things we’ve seen on phones this year, we wish the LG V10 all the luck it needs to fight out there.
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