Oct 01 AT 11:29 AM Nick Sarafolean 0 Comments

LG is bringing the V10 to Verizon, AT&T and T-Mobile


Yesterday brought us the announcement of the LG V10, a new device that features a secondary display above the main display. LG initially said that the device would be coming to Korea, but this morning, the company has revealed that the V10 will also be coming stateside on Verizon, AT&T and T-Mobile. The downside is that neither LG nor any of the three carriers have spoken on pricing or launch details, so we’re still in the dark on those matters.

The secondary ticker display on the LG V10 is a small 2.1-inch display that has a number of different uses. You can use it to display info like battery life, weather and time or you could use it for different features, such as a dock for app shortcuts or a hub for alerts. Another interesting feature of the LG V10 is that it packs in two front-facing cameras, which can be used together to create a 180-degree wide-angle picture. All in all, it looks to be an interesting device.

We’ll keep you posted when we hear more about pricing and release specifics.

Via: PhoneDog

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