LG V10 teaser hints at a secondary display along with a dual front camera setup

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    LG new wonder aka. the V10 is expected to launch on the 1st of October with some cool innovative feature. Apparently a new teaser by the Korean company apparently emphasizes about the same fact. Further the video is seen teasing the device as ‘Be You' which is apparently believed to be the slogan for the company.

    LG V10 teaser hints at a secondary display with dual front camera

    The teaser video doesn't give out much about the device expect for a secondary display at the top of the display and a dual front camera setup. Thankfully there's already a number of leaks regarding the device that helps out to make some sense of the teaser. In accordance to the teaser video, the tipster too had hinted about the secondary display.

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    In fact the LG V10 was spotted on a render in sporting the secondary display showing a few app shortcuts. The display appear pretty similar to the Edge display implementation as seen on the Galaxy S6 Edge+.

    Hopefully LG will provide a few more intuitive feature that can be accessed via the display, than just a few app shortcuts. Further the dual camera setup is also clearly seen on the front of device.

    Apparently the LG V10 passed TENAA a few days back with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 808 SoC and a 5.7 inch QHD display. The RAM on the inside is 3GB along with 64GB of internal storage space. The V10's back features a 16MP rear shooter and a 5MP front snapper.

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    However going by the teaser and the renders we believe that there might be a twist in the tale while speaking of the 5MP front camera.

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