LG V10 Leaks out in Full Glory ahead of Oct. 1st Event

Hot off of the heels of Google's jam-packed hardware event yesterday in San Francisco, LG is hosting their own event in NYC tomorrow morning. Where we are expecting to see the LG V10 announced. LG has released a number of teasers for this event, which makes it look like the device will have a ticker display at the top. So we might be getting another one of those "weird" smartphones tomorrow from LG. While we've seen a number of teasers, now we are getting our first good look at the LG V10, as it has just leaked out in a new render from @Evleaks.

The LG V10 looks a tiny bit like the LG G4. Most only in the fact that it has the back keys as well as the camera in the middle with the laser auto-focus and dual LED flash on the other side of the camera. We have a textured back, which looks pretty nice. That is likely there for gripe, so you are less likely to drop the new phone, because that's the last thing any of us want to do, right? We do still have the back buttons for the volume and power, which appear to have a brushed metal look. The camera also has a brushed metal look around it. Now we're not sure on the camera, but if it is indeed the same as the LG G4's camera, then we are in for a treat tomorrow in New York City.

You can also see that ticker display at the top of the phone. Which is supposed to be the big feature of this phone. The ticker is supposedly going to show info from messaging apps, news apps and others. It is rumored to be able to pull in that info from those apps automatically. Of course, this is all rumors and speculation. We will hear more about this tomorrow when LG officially announces it. Which we will be in NYC live for the event, so make sure you keep it locked here for all of the details tomorrow morning. The shindig kicks off at 11am EST/8am PST.

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