As we’ll be heading out to the LG V10 launch event later this evening, I decided to go online and do some research on the device to see what the hype’s all about. We were previously invited to the LG G4 launch, months ago, and let me just say that while the smartphone is technically a good product, the presenters fell short on highlighting the technical aspects that make it so.
Anyways, I came across this review by Android Authority of the LG V10 and thought to share it with you all, as it seems to do justice for this smartphone. The one element that caught my attention the most was that “the device’s frame is made with strong stainless steel and DuraSkin, a plastic material that is not only soft and grippy, but it also provides a lot of protection against drops, nicks and scratches“. I enjoy coming across these factoids, because lately most of the manufacturers nowadays have lost their edge in true innovation with their devices. I like how LG tries to always push the limit with these little, but meaningful details; don’t get me wrong, this isn’t groundbreaking innovation (hardly so actually), but I do have to admit that it is quite interesting and a breath of fresh air. After all, who hasn’t been victim to a $$$ smartphone slipping from their hand, free-falling for a too-soon-to-be-true date with the marble floor they were walking on.
Without further ado I’m going to leave you with this video review by the guys over at Android Authority… and if the event turns out to be a success, I may just come back and write about it.