After announcing that it will offer an official program to bring the recently launched LG V10 to its customers all over the United States, T-Mobile is now telling them when they will be able to receive the new flagship phone. The LG V10, the company’s latest high-end device with a second display and double front-facing sensor, hopes to have a nice start in North America’s market. From this week on, the multimedia device will have just a couple of months to get into the top ten mobile phones sold in the US. That list is now led by the iPhone and Samsung Galaxy, with the V10 having to earn numerous positions to get ahead of the pack.
The V10 will be provided by T-Mobile.com from Wed, Oct 28, with access in its stores on Oct 30. Contract cost for the new LG smart phone will be $0 down and one and a half year of expenses set at $25 monthly with the JUMP! On Demand program. After the 18 months, the clients can return their phones or pay the rest of their price and keep them. If they want to buy a LG V10 following the installment plans that will let them to keep the gadget, they will be allow to do it anytime they prefer. These payment plans will consist of the $0 down payment along with 24 payments of $25 every month. T-Mobile’s complete retail cost for its LG V10 will be around $600, which experts notice that is $100 less than the manufacturer’s recommended list price.
The primary attraction of the new LG V10 is a dual-screen installation. There is the primary 5.7″ with a 2560×1440 resolution, including also a 2.1″ 160×1040 display above the primary screen. That additional stripe can be utilized as your always-on display to show info like date, time, weather and battery power, and the company says that it consumes very little energy. The secondary screen can also be used for quick app accessibility, music options and various notices.
The other major function of the LG V10 is its variety of cameras. The smart phone actually has 3 cameras installed on it: the two 5MP sensors on its front can shoot 120-degree selfies, while the third 16MP main digicam is placed on its back. The rear sensor has an f/1.8 aperture with a series of useful features, along with the manual video option that allows customers to modify all camera functions, like ISO, frame rate, white balance and auto focus. The device has also a Multi-View filming option that can record video clips using all these three cameras of the LG V10.
Completing the V10’s numerous specifications is the hexa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 808 chip, 64GB of memory space, 4GB of RAM, a microSD port for including more storage, LTE, NFC and a detachable 3000mAh battery. The manufacturer has also assured its clients that the external cover of the LG V10 is just as solid as its internal components, reinforcing it with stainless-steel elements, the Dura Skin technology and a back cover for extra strength and a safer grip.
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