Dropping your smartphone can be a lot like your life flashing before your eyes. The world comes to a halt as your phone slams on the ground, reverberating with a few bounces. Yes, most of us have been there, and it is one of the worst feelings in the world.. Especially when you pick it up and see that shattered screen.
But with the new LG V10 and its military grade durability, the nightmare described above doesn’t ever have to become a reality. Designed with the clumsy in mind, the LG V10 sports a back grid pattern that’s designed specifically to offer a more secure grip. The Dura Guard frame firmly secures the display to protect the phone from hard bumps and tumbles. It’s composed of SAE grade 316L stainless steel – the same tough material used to make surgical tools and high-end watches. The resilient Dura Skin offers added protection from direct impacts to the device, and it’s also resistant to nicks and scratches.
And that’s not all. The LG V10 was dropped repeatedly at different angles from a height of 48 inches and was verified by MET Laboratories as MIL-STD-810G Transit Drop Compliant. So yeah, it can take whatever abuse you throw at it.. Not that we’d recommend throwing it!
But the LG V10 isn’t a one-trick pony that relies on it’s military grade durability. No, this smartphone was also designed to provide a rich multimedia experience for today’s socially savvy consumers.
Notable highlights of the LG V10 include:
- Second Screen, an “always-on” display above the main 5.7-inch QHD IPS Quantum Display, enhances the V10’s productiveness without impacting battery life.
- Dual Front Cameras with two separate lenses can capture standard 80 degree selfies or undistorted wide angle shots of 120 degrees.
- Manual Video Mode creates professional-quality videos by adjusting options such as shutter speed, frame rate, ISO, white balance and focus even while recording.
- Resilient Dura Guard frame composed of SAE grade 316L stainless steel and Dura Skin firmly secures the display to protect the phone from hard bumps and tumbles.
The LG V10 carries on LG’s tradition of providing alternative storage options with a microSD card slot, which is compatible with cards of up to 2TB so you can shoot more 4K video as you please while on-the-go. And with a 3,000mAh removable battery, you can always be ready with a second or third replacement battery to pop in if you ever run low on power while shooting. And with Qualcomm® Quick Charge™ 2.0 technology built-in, it only takes 40 minutes to get a 50% charge.
Based on what we’ve seen so far, the LG V10 looks to be quite a contender if you are in the market for a new smartphone. And if you buy one before November 15th, you can get a free 200GB microSD card, 3,000mAh battery and charging cable, a value of over $300!
Visit http://www.lg.com/us/mobile-phones/v10 to learn more about the LG V10.