During the past few months, we have been constantly hearing that LG might be looking forward to introducing a "super premium" phablet for Q4 2015. We initially supposed that this device will end up being the fourth installment in the G Pro series, but no, LG actually announced the LG V10 just recently.
The highlight of this 5.7-incher is the auxiliary ticker display just above the main one, which acts as an information hub and will provide the user with various tidbits of info, like the current time, date, weather, or even a multi-tasking app switcher, if you desire. Oh, and you can also set the secondary display to be always-on!
Design-wise, it doesn't resemble the LG G4 much. True, it still has its power button and volume rocker at the back; additionally, there's a fingerprint reader embedded in the power key. In terms of materials, we're dealing with 316L stainless steel frame, while the back employs a sturdy cover made of Dura Guard material.
The whole shebang clocks in at 159.6 x 79.3 x 8.6mm and weighs 192gr. This commands a neat, not too shabby screen-to-body ratio of 76.53%. How does it stack up against the fierce contenders out there? Here's the answer: