The V10 is LG’s first phone in the “V” line-up; which are set to be the new best of the best phones, packing in their new experimental features and technology, and trying out things that some might call gimmicks to see what really sticks with the public. If the V line-up existed before, then the G Flex and Flex 2 would most likely have been a part of it.
The V10 stands out amongst the crowd thanks to its secondary smaller ticker screen, above the main 5.7″ screen. The second screen doubles as a notification bar, a shortcut for apps, recent contacts, and even a “signature”. Check out our unbox video below, then see the full photo gallery after that.
In terms of first impressions, the V10 makes a solid statement with an impressive build quality (albeit slightly heavy at 192g), the phone will likely feel too large for those of you with smaller hands, but it doesn’t bother me. The silicone back also adds to the durable build feel, making it feel like a military grade device, especially in our sleek black version.
Accompanying the phone in the box, are a pair of the impressive Quad-Beat 3 headphones, which I’ve been using as my daily headphones ever since I got the LG G4. Also in the box is your standard travel adapter, with an output of 1.8A and a standard USB to Micro USB cable.
Be sure to stay tuned for further coverage of the V10, and if there’s anything in particular you want to see, let us know down below.