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The LG V10 is a smartphone that runs on the Android operating system. This model has a 5.7-inch touch-screen display, a 15.9-megapixel camera, and a virtual QWERTY keyboard.

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The LG V10 is a smartphone that runs on the Android operating system. It has a 5.7-inch touch-screen display, measures 6.3 by 3.1 by 0.4 inches and weighs 6.9 ounces.

The V10 has a 15.9-megapixel camera that can record high-definition video, a front-facing camera, and a music player. It also features a virtual QWERTY keyboard that's useful for messaging and Web searches. This phone has Wi-Fi, Bluetooth for wireless hands-free communication, DLNA, and GPS navigation capability. Web browsing, e-mail, and texting capabilities are also included. It can act as a mobile hotspot for Wi-Fi-enabled devices.

This LG phone has a standard 3.5mm jack. It has 64GB of built-in memory, and supports memory cards of more than 128GB.


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Case style Case style Indicates the phone design: folding, rectangular, sliding, swivel, or a combination.
Rugged Rugged Such phones are made to better withstand rain, high humidity, dust, dropping, vibration, or other harsh conditions, some based in part in accordance to MIL­STD­810.
Height (in.) Height Height is measured to the nearest tenth of an inch (folding phones are measured closed). This value may vary slightly by provider.
Width (in.) Width Width is measured to the nearest tenth of an inch (folding phones are measured closed). This value may vary slightly by provider.
Depth (in.) Depth Depth is measured to the nearest tenth of an inch (folding phones are measured closed). This value may vary slightly by provider.
Weight (oz.) Weight Weight is measured to the nearest ounce, with the battery. This value may vary slightly by provider.
Total storage provided (GB) Total storage provided Total storage (gigabytes) provided, both internal and external, for the operating system, apps, content, and etc. Availability for models with multiple memory storage capacities are subject to change.
Memory card slot Memory card slot Phones that have slots that accept memory cards, typically microSD, allow you to conveniently expand storage capacity by up to 128GB, and sometimes even more. The removable card may be hard to access.


Camera (megapixels) Camera Specifies, in megapixels, the maximum resolution of the rear-­facing camera.
Camera flash Camera flash Some phones have a built-in camera flash, which is helpful when taking pictures in dark environments.
Camera recording resolution Camera recording resolution The maximum recording resolution of the phone's primary video camera: Ultra HD, 1080p, 720p, or SD (Standard Definition).
Ultra HD
Front-facing camera (megapixels) Front-facing camera Specifies, in megapixels, the maximum resolution of the front-facing camera. A camera with a 0.3 megapixel value is also referred to as VGA. Models with an NA don't have a front-facing camera.
Touch screen Touch screen These multi-touch display screens typically allow you to zoom in and out of Web pages or photos by pinching or spreading your fingers, which gives you optimal control. Some models let you write on the screen with your finger (or stylus) to jot down notes, draw, some even on images, Web pages, etc, which can be easily shared with others. Some displays have the added convenience of being sensitive enough to work while you’re wearing gloves.
QWERTY keyboard QWERTY keyboard Smartphones have touch screens with virtual keyboards, though there are a few on the market with physical QWERTY keyboards. Some users may prefer the feedback and feel of the raised keys on a physical keyboard, qualities that make it easier to type without looking. But phones with physical QWERTY keyboards tend to be on the thick side, and the keyboards themselves may not be much better--or even as good--as the virtual keyboards on some of the latest phones. Virtual keyboards often let you customize their layouts, change input options, and keep features such as predictive text at your fingertips to help you type quickly and accurately. One downside to virtual keyboards is that they block a good portion of your phone’s display. Regardless of which keyboard you go with--real or virtual--make sure it has all the keys you’ll need, and that they are well spaced and easy to read under different lighting conditions.
Document editing Document editing Smartphones allow you to review documents, spreadsheets, and more. Some models add the convenience of creating, deleting, and editing them out of the box.
Music player Music player Indicates the phone has a built-in MP3 player. Most players have full capabilities, allowing you to sort or view tracks according to genre, album or artist, playlists, etc. They also typically have more than one playback option, such as repeat and shuffle. The small number of phones that lack these convenient features are rather cumbersome to use.
FM radio FM radio Phones with a built in FM radio require a special stereo headset be plugged into the phone to use the radio. The headset acts as both the audio output and the radio's antenna. This feature may not be available from all providers.
Headset Headset Indicates if a headset is included, as well as if it's mono or stereo (typically for music playback). This feature may not be available from all providers.
Voice command Voice command This feature allows you dial numbers from your phone book by speaking the name, without the usual training. You can also dial numbers by pronouncing the digits.
GPS navigation GPS navigation All phones have some type of location-based technology to help emergency responders find you when you dial 911. Phones that support GPS Navigation services conveniently integrate GPS with maps and search engines to give you real-time, spoken, turn-by-turn directions to an entered address, or to help you find nearby businesses by name or category, such as Joe's Pizzeria or hospitals. We indicate which phones have GPS navigation capability. The service for nearly all models doesn’t cost extra, but on some models it can cost extra.
Speakerphone Speakerphone Useful for hands-free conversations when a headset is unavailable or impractical.
Voice memo Voice memo A built-in voice recorder.
Battery removable Battery removable Shows whether the model has a removable battery.


LTE LTE Indicates the phone supports a 4G LTE (Long-Term Evolution) data network.
Bluetooth Bluetooth Voice indicates the phone works with wireless Bluetooth headsets and most hands-free car systems; stereo means it supports stereo Bluetooth headsets for music and other multimedia; data indicates the phone can wirelessly exchange pictures, contacts, and other information with other compatible Bluetooth devices, such as a computer, cell phone, speaker system, smartwatches, or printer.
Voice, data, stereo
WiFi WiFi These phones have built-in WiFi that gives them fast Internet and e-­mail access through home networks and WiFi hotspots. Phones can use the connection to share content, or make calls using Voice over Internet Protocol, though the latter may not be available from all providers.
Web, data
World phone World phone Indicates the phone supports international frequency bands for coverage abroad. May not be available from all providers.

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