LG sold 450,000 V10 units in the US in 45 days of commercial availability


LG has just revealed how many LG V10 units it has shipped in the first 45 days of commercial availability in the United States, and from the looks of it, the newest LG phablet is a hit among the younger generation in the country.

LG says that it was able to sell (not ship) 450,000 LG V10 units in 45 days. While this number doesn't break any records, it's a sign that US customers display interest towards the dual-screen phablet. The manufacturer also said that more than a third (37 percent) of LG V10 buyers are between 25 and 35 years of age and that the main driver behind the V10's popularity among this demographic is the phone's ability to easily capture and share video content. Furthermore, LG's press release says that the V10 is also popular among white collar workers in big cities.

If you're looking for a detailed analysis of the phablet, head on over to our full LG V10 review. On the other hand, if you're just looking to refresh your memory, the most interesting thing about the LG V10 is that the phablet features two displays: a primary 5.7-inch IPS display with a resolution of 1440 by 2560 pixels as well as a secondary 2.1-inch display. The latter is always on and serves to show information such as the time, battery level, and weather prognosis at a glance. 

Other specs include a hexa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 808 chipset paired with 4GB of RAM, a 16MP primary camera with OIS and manual settings (both for stills and videos), and a 5MP dual-lens secondary shooter on the front.

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What do you guys think? Are you surprised to learn that LG sold about half a million LG V10 units in 45 days of commercial availability in the US?

source: LG

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