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  1. LG V10 review | TechRadar

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    15/3/2016 · While the LG V10 takes several cues from the flagship LG G4, the look and feel of this device is completely different. It's bigger, more rugged and has a little bit of extra power to it. Just as...

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  2. 28/10/2015 · The V10 has stainless steel rails running down its left and right edges and metallic accents around the camera and front-facing audio grille, making it one of the most premium-looking handsets LG...

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  3. LG V10 評測:是噱頭?還是新出路? - Engadget 中文版

    chinese.engadget.com/chinese-2015-11-13-lg-v10-review.html

    13/11/2015 · 不同於 LG G4 所擁有的精品感覺(皮革、曲面螢幕),V10 是一台滲著工業風、硬朗設計的手機。 它用上了一片 5.7 吋 QHD IPS 量子螢幕(2,560 x 1,440),右上角還有一片 160 x 1,040 的彩色副螢幕,機側兩旁由 316L 不銹鋼包護著,機背則是滿佈棱角花紋的可拆塑膠背蓋。

  4. LG V10 版主上手! 跑分、屏幕、音質、雙屏幕立即試! - ePrice.HK

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    22/10/2015 · LG V10 跑分測試 LG V10 採用了 Qualcomm Snapdragon 808 1.8 GHz 六核心處理器,好多人都覺得 LG V10 唯一的失敗之處在於佢呢粒 CPU,如果將來 LG 可以推出更好處理器的版本,相信呢部機可以話完美。

  5. LG V10 review

    www.androidauthority.com/lg-v10-review-654281
    • Design
    • Display
    • Performance
    • Hardware
    • Camera
    • Software
    • Pricing and Final Thoughts

    LG has never been known for making the most premium of smartphones, focusing instead on function over form with their flagship offerings. With the V10, LG is attempting to offer the best of both worlds with the sides made of 316L stainless steel and a body that is wrapped in DuraSkin. The DuraSkin coating is very soft to the touch and provides a lot of grip. Aside from giving the V10 a very sturdy look and feel, these new material choices make for an extremely durable device. The V10 is MIL-STD-810G certified for shock resistance. As seen in our LG V10 drop test, the device may not be indestructible and the display certainly isn’t shatterproof, but it can handle the average drop much better than most other flagship smartphones out there. There’s no mistaking the V10 for anything other than a LG smartphone though, with the device borrowing a lot of its design cues from its flagship counterpart, the LG G4. Both LG devices feature sharp corners and a slightly rounded top and bottom. Th...

    The LG V10 features a primary 5.7-inch IPS LCD display with a Quad HD resolution, resulting in a pixel density of 515 ppi. As expected, the display is beautiful, sharp, bright and easy to see outdoors. Media consumption and gaming centric users will certainly appreciate the large size. Overall, this display is nothing short of what you would expect from LG. The main story here is the secondary screen at the top of the display. When taking into account the size of both screens combined, the screen is actually closer to 6 inches in size. This secondary screen works as a hub for notifications, application shortcuts, recently-opened apps, media controls, favorite contacts and upcoming calendar events. It will also show you basic information like the time and date when the main display isn’t on. All of these can be adjusted and modified in the Settings menu. And for a touch of personalization, you can have your name or a short message displayed here when the primary screen is off. Overal...

    Under the hood, the LG V10 comes with an octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 808 processor, clocked at 1.82 GHz, and backed by the Adreno 418 GPU and 4 gigabytes of RAM. This is similar to the processing package found with its flagship counterpart, the G4, save for the additional gig of RAM. Performance is as you would expect from any current generation high-end smartphone. Everything is fast, smooth, and responsive in day to day use, with very smooth animations and scrolling. The device handles everything quite well – from simple tasks such as opening applications and browsing the web, to more processor-intensive tasks like gaming and multi-tasking. Even with LG’s somewhat bloated software experience, the processing package keeps everything moving along just fine, and there were no instances of any noticeable slow down.

    The only storage configuration available with the LG V10 is 64 GB, which should prove to be more than enough for most users. Of course, if you are concerned about meeting your storage needs, expandable storage via microSD is available as well, for up to an additional 2 TB. More notable in hardware is the addition of a fingerprint scanner, and its inclusion isn’t particularly surprising given how this is a feature that is becoming more and more common with other flagship devices. As previously mentioned, the fingerprint reader is embedded into the power button on the back. Overall, it’s a very solid first attempt by LG. The scanner helps unlock the device very quickly, but is unfortunately not the most accurate around. It works about 80% of the time with the first try, with a second attempt required in the other case. That’s not the biggest failure rate of course, but it is something that will get more frustrating the more you use it, especially given the very accurate fingerprint re...

    The LG V10 comes with a 16 megapixel primary camera with a f/1.8 aperture, optical image stabilization (OIS), and a laser-guided auto focus system. That is the same camera setup found with the LG G4, so it’s not surprising that the V10 is capable of taking some excellent photos. Images are sharp, with a lot of detail and accurate color reproduction, and the dynamic range is fantastic, making for a camera experience that is very enjoyable. There is a hint of over sharpening in the images, but it isn’t too drastic and actually helps more than it hinders. In low-light conditions, the camera does tend to overexpose, especially in the highlights which are typically blown out. The camera also doesn’t get the white balance quite right at times, but aside from that, the images still retain a fair amount of detail and generally look pretty good. The device comes with not one, but two front-facing 5 megapixel cameras. We’ve seen dual camera setups in the past on other devices, but this is the...

    The LG V10 comes with Android 5.1.1 Lollipop out of the box, with LG promising an official upgrade to Android 6.0 Marshmallowby the end of the year, or early next year. Granted, that a very vague time frame, but one can only hope that the update is made available soon. The software experience itself will be pretty familiar to anyone who has used an LG smartphone within the last couple of years. With the exception of the features associated with the secondary display, the software package is largely identical to what is seen with the LG G4. LG’s take on Android is still not the most attractive around, with things like the Settings menu being just as cluttered and convoluted as before. There are a bevy of features that fans of LG have become accustomed to over the years to be found here though, such as double tap to wake, Knock Code, dual-window, and the ability to re-size the keyboard for easier typing. Given its large size, also useful is the option to shrink the screen and re-size...

    The LG V10 is now available from Verizon Wireless, T-Mobile and AT&T, falling within the $600 – $700 price range off-contract. If that’s more than you’re comfortable spending, you can pick up the device from these carriers at a subsidized rate. So there you have it for this in-depth look at the LG V10! As LG intended, the V10 is a more powerful version of the LG G4 and offers a larger display, a unique secondary screen, a better and more durable build quality, a fingerprint scanner, and a camera that excels in video recording. If the G4 fell short of your expectations and you were looking for more, a lot more is what you are getting with the LG V10.

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    • Qualcomm Snapdragon 808
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  7. LG V10 手機發燒「Hi-Res 音質」評測

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    22/10/2015 · 今年 LG 備受注視的旗艦級 Android 手機 V10 終於在今日宣布抵港,之前我們 unwire 評測過此手機的效能,但其實不少 Head-Fi 發燒友對這部智能手機亦甚為注視,因為它採用了 32bit ESS SABRE 9018 DAC 數碼/模擬轉換晶片,以及同廠的 SABRE 9602 耳擴

  8. LG V10 相機強項要認識! 即時 PK Note 5 結果你要知 - ePrice.HK

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    23/10/2015 · LG V10 採用左 1600 萬像素光學防手震 OIS 2.0 F1.8 大光圈鏡頭。不過首先講下 LG V10嘅前鏡頭先啦,佢使用左兩組 500 萬像素嘅自拍鏡頭,一個係 80” 標準鏡,另一個係 120” 嘅超廣角鏡,不過要注意一下喺120” 嘅超廣角鏡下,影相會係變形,我都有張相

  9. LG V10 到港鬥 Note 5!外型、屏幕、效能版主開箱極速試! - ePrice.HK

    www.eprice.com.hk/mobile/talk/4531/203520/1/rv/lg-v10-review

    9/10/2015 · 昨日版主阿坤就同大家分享左LGV10在香港發佈的消息,呢部LG下半年度旗艦除左係外型上再次比到用家新鮮感之外,其規格配置比起G4有過之而無不及相信都係令大家陪感興奮的原因。V10雖然要10月22號先會正式係香港發佈,而開賣日子而家都未有消息,但韓水版V10而家就已 ...

  10. LG V10 耐用度實測! 48 吋高度 Drop Test! - ePrice.HK

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    4/11/2015 · LG V10 其中一款「 精鋼色 (黑色) 」最能表現 LG V10 嘅耐用性。 LG V10 耐用性大揭密 第一上手 LG V10 嘅感覺,會覺得佢好穩陣扎實,同其他品牌的感覺好唔同。LG 用意是為 V10 打造成一部符合美觀及耐用要求的手機!要數數 LG V10 耐用嘅秘密,要 ...

  11. LG V10 手機價錢、介紹 - ePrice.HK

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    除了玩法很多的主相機,LG V10 的前相機也很有梗。 V10 有兩個五百萬畫素的前相機,可提供 80 度、120 度兩種不同的自拍模式,使用者可依據拍照人數來選擇適合的自拍廣角效果。 另外,LG V10 還新加入一個 Multi View Mode,可把前後共三個鏡頭拍到的影像三合一。 ...

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