LG Sends Out Press Invites for October 1 Event, Is LG V10 Coming?

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The South Korean company LG has launched its much expected flagship G4 few months back in the market. But the handset sales report states that it has been way below expectations, specifically in its home market.

LG Sends Out Press Invites for October 1 Event, Is LG V10 Coming?

To avoid this damper on financial prospects this year, LG is planning to re-capture the market by launching V10, more likely on October 1 that will take place in New York city. Ahead of this event, the company has started sending its launch invites to the media group all over.

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Few days back, we have reported about the V10 device when spotted on the Chinese certification centre TEENA. As per the report, this device will come with an auxiliary ticker display placed above the primary display.

If you are a avid follower of technology, this V10 will remind you of the Samsung Continuum which was launched 5 year back with a secondary display just below the screen.

Moving on to the specifications of the device, the V10 will feature a 5.7-inch Quad HD display with 2560x1440 pixels resolution, apart from an auxiliary display.

LG Sends Out Press Invites for October 1 Event, Is LG V10 Coming?

It is expected to run on Snapdragon 808 hexa-core processor paired with 3GB of RAM and 64GB of storage that can be expanded through a microSD card.

Additionally, as the report suggests this device will come packed with fingerprint sensor, 16MP rear camera, 5MP front camera and will have the LG's usual rear mounted button design with volume and power keys placed at the rear side, down below the camera.

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As the above information is not officially confirmed, we request you to take this details with pinch of salt. We will update you further in the upcoming days.


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