AT&T has put out some release details for LG’s next big device release this morning. The LG V10 will be making its appearance through AT&T starting October 27th and will officially be available on November 6th.

The new device packs much of what makes the LG G4 great, like the 16MP laser auto-focus camera, replaceable battery and micro SD card slot. However, the V10 kicks things up a notch in a variety of places. For starters the screen is a 5.7-inch Quad HD Quantum IPS display with an always on second screen experience. For the security concerned, and those wishing to take full advantage of digital payment systems, they also finally added a fingerprint sensor as well. LG also saw fit to add another gig of RAM giving the V10 4GB’s total. They also doubled the standard internal storage offering to 64GBs. The front of the V10 now gives you dual 5MP cameras, one with an 80 degree lens and the other with a 120 degree lens.

“LG V10 is yet another example of how we provide customers with a variety of smartphones to meet their needs,” said Jeff Bradley, senior vice president, Device Marketing and Developer Services, AT&T Mobility. “The V10 was designed for photo and video enthusiasts that are looking to take high-quality content, but don’t want to carry around a bulky camera. One of the coolest features is the photo and video editing software included on the phone. You can highlight the best features of the content you create and can share it instantly with friends and family.”

Would be owners of the new power house can order theirs at an AT&T store on online starting tomorrow. As with any device from AT&T, you have a multitude of ways to pick on up and will come in two colors, Space Black and Blue Opal.


Notice the extra perks there at the bottom? Just like with the launch of the LG G4, LG is handing out some sweet kick downs if you buy the new device by way of a 200GB micro SD card, an extra battery and a charging cradle. I’d get one just for those reasons alone. However, the fine print states you have to make your purchase between October 30th and November 15th. That doesn’t seem to give early adopters who jump on ordering it tomorrow a real incentive.

Source: AT&T | AT&T LG V10

2 Responses

  1. Nick Trujillo

    Can someone tell me what lockscreen that is? is it a stock one or how do I get that look?


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