Review: LG V10 for AT&T
The LG V10 is a curious handset. LG attempted to do something unique with the Second Screen, but truly the more impressive features are found in the camera app.
The V10 is a large, heavy smartphone. The stronger polycarbonates and metal components make it a tougher phone, and help change up the family DNA somewhat. The main screen is excellent, the V10 is a powerful voice phone, and data performance on AT&T's network was quite good. LG's apps are quirky, but also useful at times. It's nice to have a fingerprint sensor, and the Android platform is very fast thanks to the huge amount of RAM.
The Second Screen offers limited value at best. Yes, it shows notifications on the lock screen, and makes app shortcuts available when using other apps, but it hasn't been truly integrated into any core functions aside from the camera.
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Speaking of which, the camera is just insane. If you buy the LG V10, but it for the crazy powerful and fun camera app. LG did a great job with the imaging tools on the V10, and it delivers great results.
I'd recommend the V10 to anyone who's serious about photography.
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