Earlier today, LG started sending
out invites to a press event on October 1 in New York City. Although the
company did not reveal any details about the products that the event will focus
on, there's reason to believe that this event will bring the introduction of the
rumored LG "V10" smartphone.
Last month, a new high-end LG smartphone was spotted in the TENAA database. Although
at first we believed that the phone in question will be the often-rumored LG G4
Pro, it was then discovered that the phone might actually come with an
auxiliary display. This wouldn't be the first handset from a big manufacturer
to integrate a secondary display, although we're obviously hoping that the
functionality will be significantly improved compared to efforts such as the
2010 Samsung Continuum.
According to unofficial sources, the
LG V10 will come with a 5.7-inch display running a resolution of 1440 by 2560
pixels (QHD), the hexa-core Snapdragon 808 from Qualcomm, 3GB of RAM, 64GB of
microSD-expandable storage, a 16MP primary camera, and 5MP secondary shooter on