These are the LG K10 best features that end users might not know existed brought to you by you Sydney CBD Repair Centre Team.
PREMIUM BUTTON LAYOUT
Though both phones still have their power and volume keys on the rear, they take on a more organic look. The corners are softly rounded, and their displays curve downward into their edges, which LG calls “2.5D Arc Glass.” The latter effect is nothing new, and we’ve seen it as early as 2012 with the Google Nexus 4 (which LG manufactured) and more recently with the Onyx version of the OnePlus X last December. But it is one of the first instances that the feature has been so prominent on an LG-branded smartphone.
GOOD LOOKING DESIGN
During just a brief time with the device, I liked the smooth, curved edges. Its general shape, however, reminds me of the Samsung Galaxy S3. Nevertheless, I do welcome LG’s effort to update its design. LG has noted that these phones are meant to cater to a younger audience, and while I don’t know if this pebble-like design will win them over, it’s refreshing to see a more natural look from the usual lineup of “handsome” LG handsets. Plus, I’m a big fan of displays that curve at the edges.
The Smartphone is powered by 1.2 GHz Quad core Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 Processor. A 2 GB of RAM & Adreno 304 graphics processor ensures phone runs smoothly even the most memory intensive applications & still shows no signs of lag. 16 GB of internal storage can be expanded to 32 GB via a microSD card.
The Phone comes with a 2300 mAh battery to support it’s 5.3 inch screen with HD IPS LCD Capacitive touchscreen display having a resolution of 720 x 1280 at 277 ppi. The screen is also protected by a durable Scratch Resistant glass.
LG K10 LTE comes with a 13 megapixel rear Camera and 5 megapixel front Camera. The Smartphone has a low camera aperture of f/2.2.