A new smartphone from LG has surfaced on TENAA, and it is currently said to have a very interesting feature. The supposed LG V10 will ship with a secondary display. This is meant to show additional information while the main screen is being used or turned off, although there are no details about what it will show.
The LG V10 leaked online through several pictures, some of which purportedly showing the secondary display located next to an oddly placed front facing camera (I will admit that I am having a hard time seeing it). It looks like it might be a variation on the side scrolling ticker used on Samsung devices with curved displays.
Other rumoured specifications are a 5.7-inch QHD main display, 3GB of RAM, 64GB of storage, a Snapdragon 808, and a 16MP/5MP camera array. There is also supposed to be a fingerprint sensor located somewhere on the device. Speculation has it that the sensor is integrated into the home button on the back of the device, which certainly looks like the most sensible place to put it.
@evleaks says that the LG V10 is set to be launched in October, so official news about the device shouldn’t be too far off. Why it wasn’t announced at IFA 2015 is a mystery.