After launching the G4 in the first half of the year, LG recent brought us its flagship for the second half of 2015, the V10. And now the company has shed some light on how well its dual-screen smartphone is selling.
LG has announced that in the 45 days since the V10 launched in the US, it’s sold 450,000 units. That works out to an average of 10,000 units every day. LG attributes the V10’s sales to the growing popularity of large screen smartphones, adding that its device is especially popular with young people, who like to capture video using the V10 and share it on social networks, as well as white collar workers in large cities.
The LG V10 is certainly a high-end phone, offering specs like a 5.7-inch Quad HD display, 4GB of RAM, 16-megapixel camera, and Snapdragon 808 processor, but it’s also got a few unique features up its sleeve. The first two are its removable battery and microSD slot, which most other flagship phones lack, and its dual 5-megapixel front cameras that can be attractive to selfie lovers. According to LG, though, the V10’s video capabilities are really drawing people in with features like electronic image stabilization, manual mode, and more.
Have you picked up the LG V10? If so, what do you think of it so far?