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LG V10 Unboxing and 1st Impressions

what's up guys it's that back again with tech source and in this video we're gonna be unboxing and taking a look at the LG v10 this thing seems to be packing some serious technology inside and looks like a worthy successor to the LG g4 so without wasting any more time let's get into the unboxing when holding the LG v10 you can immediately tell that this is a much more well-put-together phone when compared to the g4 the stainless steel side rails and reinforced frame makes this device just feel solid even though the frame is metal the back cover however is not it's made out of a soft scratch resistant plastic it's definitely not the best looking weird for a smartphone but being able to expand your memory and swap batteries is something that I gladly pick over a more premium material in typical LG designs we of course get the volume and lock buttons located on the back but what's new here is that the actual lock button also doubles as a fingerprint reader a good one at that it's speed is about as quick as the Galaxy Note 5 and for my first impressions it seems mostly reliable what's the screen is on we are greeted with the typical LG UI basically everything's very big and very colorful we're not going to go in-depth here on the software because it's essentially running the same software that the g4 has been if you guys want more detailed look at UI I'm sure there are tons of videos out there instead of gonna be taking a look at what LG did differently with this phone the first and major thing being the second screen this is basically an extension to the IPS quad HD panel and its purpose is to give you shortcuts to apps as well as media controls when your main screen is on the second screen turns into an app launcher and a place for your favorite contacts and other key features you want to access quickly your notifications will also pop up there instead of on your screen which is nice when you're watching videos or playing games when the screen is off quick settings for the Wi-Fi the flashlight and more are located all on the second screen another change LG has made when comparing the phone to the g4 is in the camera it's the same 16 megapixel shooter that was on the g4 but this time the cameras manual mode works also for videos you have control over the ISO the white balance focus shutter speed frame rate and even the audio on the v10 the phone also has four mics so you can even choose which direction you get the sound from in your videos another change in the camera department is the two five megapixel front cameras on the V LT says the two shooters enabled a v10 to capture wide-angle photos with fields of view between 80 and 120 degrees without the picture being plagued by the fisheye effect and just when you thought we were done LG comes around and throws in another new feature this one being a digital to analog converter chip inside as well as a headphone amplifier I'm really into the audio when I can't wait to thoroughly try this new hardware out but for my first impressions it sounds really good we've only had a quick look at the v10 so we'll need to do a lot more testing to see how it performs in real life however since it packs more or less the same specs as the g4 we expect excellent performance especially when it has an extra 1 gigabyte of RAM so anyways that's it for the video if you guys enjoyed it feel free to hit that like button to show your support and if you guys want to see any specific content on the LG v10 make sure to drop your comments down below thanks again so much for watching this is that from tech source and I will see you in the next video
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