LG V10 coming to T-Mobile on October 28

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AT&T will allow you to pre-order an LG V10 starting October 27, T-MobileAs far as pricing is concerned, АТ&T will be selling the V10 in either black or blue for $249.99 if you commit to a two-year contract, or make use of any of its Next plans: the 30-month Next 24 will cost you $23.34 per month, the 24-month Next 18 – $29.17, and the 20-month Next 12 will set you back $35 each month. , If you get the phone in the period October 30-November 15, AT&T will throw a 200GB microSD card, an extra battery, and a battery charging cradle as a part of a limited-time promotion.After confirming plans to carry LG’s dual-screened V10 earlier this month, T-Mobile has now revealed when we’ll actually be able to get our mitts on the device.The LG V10, a new line of mega phones created by LG that seems to have caught our readers’ eyes, was first introduced through a press release on the last day of September without a firm launch time frame.

The problem historically has been one of focus: Although manufacturers have approached the tacking on of ancillary screens in all sorts of different ways, the experiences have never been compelling enough to justify added bulk. T-Mobile will offer the phone online beginning Oct. 28 and in stores on Oct. 30, while AT&T will sell it online beginning Oct. 27 and in stores starting Nov. 6. In a tweet sent out this morning, AT&T confirmed that the LG V10 would be available on October 27th in both space black and opal blue, however they did not specify whether they would be available in-store on October 27th, or if that is just online sales.

It features a second display like the aforementioned handsets, but unlike the dual-screen handsets before it, it packs more than a few additional surprises: dual front-facing cameras capable of capturing wide-angle selfies, a manual video mode that exposes granular image settings, and a ruggedized body of stainless steel and silicon that’s passed third-party shock tests. On the 28th, when T-Mobile makes the phone available, you can grab the V10 for as little as $0 upfront with $25 per month payments if you join their JUMP! That secondary display can be used as an always-on screen to display info like time, date, weather, and battery life, and LG says that that’ll use minimal battery. The V10 actually has three cameras: two 5-megapixel shooters on the front that can enable 120-degree wide-angle selfies, and a third 16-megapixel camera around back.

We’ll fully review it soon, but I can tell you now that this is a quality phone and probably LG’s best feeling in terms of quality in a long, long time. Rounding out the V10’s spec list is a hexa-core Snapdragon 808 processor, 4GB of RAM, 64GB of storage, a microSD slot for adding more storage, NFC, LTE, and a removable 3000mAh battery. LG has also ensured that the exterior of the V10 is as beefy as the interior, equipped it with a stainless steel frame and a Dura Skin bottom and rear cover for added durability and grip.

LG’s no stranger to dual-display smartphones — it did, after all, debut the twin-screen touting LG DoublePlay in 2011 — but the company’s taken a more measured approach with the V10. The second, 160 x 1,040 pixel IPS screen sits unobtrusively above the primary IPS QHD (2,560 x 1,440) display, and practically seamlessly — unlike dual-screen phones of yesteryear, it’s difficult to tell where the one display ends and the other begins.

It can be configured as a launcher for apps, and it can minimize the main screen’s power draw by displaying the weather, time, date, and battery when it’s off. LG says the two shooters, in tandem with a “sophisticated software algorithm,” enable the V10 to capture wide angle photos — fields of view between 80 and 120 degrees — that’d otherwise require an image-distorting large and heavy lens. It’s got a Hi-Fi audio processor by ESS Technology, too, plus antennas with Qualcomm’s signal-optimizing TruSignal software, an apparent smartphone first. By positioning the second screen as a feature in addition to many impressive others, LG’s avoided the obvious pitfall of previous product entries in the second screen category: the companion display as a selling point in and of itself.

Toward the tail end of the presentation, LG announced another surprise: the LG Urbane 2nd Edition, the follow-up to the Android Wear smartwatch of the same series. With the exception of a slightly smaller diameter (44.5mm vs. 45.5mm), a TPSiV elastomer band, and three new buttons on the right side of the watch that act as app shortcuts, most of the improvements are internal. The specs are otherwise identical to the predecessing Urbane: a 1.2GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 400, 4GB of memory, a dust- and water-resistant (IP67) stainless steel body, and array of motion sensors (accelerometer, gyroscope, compass, and barometer).

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