If you thought you'd heard all the bells and whistles about new smartphones in the past few weeks that you'd hear this year, you're wrong. Another snazzy new phone that's going on sale this month in South Korea, and coming soon to the United States, has loads of features you've never heard of.
Inside, LG's new V10 smartphone is not dissimilar to its G4 phones. In fact, V10 has the G4's 3,000mAH battery, the same Snapdragon 808 processor, and 16MP rear-facing camera. It has upped its RAM by 1GB, though, to 4GB. The V10 runs on Google's Android 5.1.1 Lollipop OS.
But, just take a look at V10 and you can see it's sporting a whole new look. Plus, it's got a couple of new features that are truly different from the G4, or any other smartphone on the market. That starts with its dual screen. Meaning, it has two screens.
Which isn't quite as perplexing as it sounds. (See the video below.) In fact, V10's dual screen is quite functional. Its main screen is a 5.7-inch display that puts it in the same league as Samsung's S6 Edge+. The Apple 6s Plus has a 5.5-inch display. (See the Komando Phablet Comparison chart here.)