Earlier this week, LG announced its latest flagship device, the LG V10. However, unlike its previous smartphones, and indeed many smartphones in general, the V10 had some interesting features that make it one of the most novel devices available on the market right now – namely, a second screen for app shortcuts and dual front cameras for a wider selfie. Of course, the most novel smartphone before the V10 was the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge with its dual curved edges, which begs the question: which is more novel? The Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge or LG V10?

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For me, I’d be inclined to say that the S6 Edge is a more novel device – however, I would say that the V10 is more useful as a day-to-day device. But of course, that’s just my opinion – we hope you voted in the poll above so we can see what you all think about both devices. Better still, let us know in the comments below which device you prefer.

What do you think about the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge and LG V10?

4 Responses

  1. Daniél Lecoq

    Dunno, I voted for the Samsung. But in reality, neither is the “more novel”. The winner would be the Note 4 edge, with the single edge that works similar to the LG second screen, with shortcuts to apps and so. And it was a first.
    The S6 Edges only got a curved screen and look nice, they don’t use the edges for anything

  2. Scott Wilson

    LG has finally decided to join Xiaomi on build quality. Let’s just hope they use stainless steel (much higher quality than aluminum) as well as Xiaomi does.


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