LG V10 FAQs – Frequently Asked Questions
Are you a planning to get a LG V10 or currently own one? Do you have any questions about it? Here’s Sydney CBD Repair Team answering those queries.
Is the battery of the LG V10 removable?
Yes, LG V10 have a removable 3000 mAh battery.
Does it support microSD cards?
Yes, users can expand memory capacity via microSD card of up to 256Gb.
Is the camera of the LG V10 better than DSLRs?
The camera is at par with the high end smartphones and other mobile devices but the quality of the photos from LG V10’s camera is comparable to DSLRs. It can shoot stunning photographs in great detail.
Is the battery any good?
The battery for the size of the screen is inadequate for heavy use. However, with proper power management, it can go through the day with ease.
Is the secondary display for the LG V10 just a gimmick?
Well, it’s supposed to be for notifications and status updates. For the usual Android smartphones, this is done through the notification bar, so the second display is redundant and can also be considered a gimmick.
Does LG V10 support 4G LTE?
Yes, the LG V10 supports 4G LTE.
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Is the LG software that bad?
Aside from the camera and gallery app, the LG skin over Android is not pleasant compared to stock Android UI. It can make make use of less skinning efforts and favor a more barebones Android experience.
Is the camera good for low light?
The LG V10 is great for low light and can render in even greater detail on good lighting conditions. To sum it all up, the camera on the V10 is remarkably amazing.
How does it feel when you hold it in the hand?
The LG V10 feels big and burly just like the iPhone 6s Plus. For people who likes huge phones, this is a good option.
Why does it have two front facing cameras?
One is for taking normal selfies. The other one for wider angle shot, and yes it’s for the groufies.