The LG V10 was the company's flagship for the second half of 2015, and was a pretty interesting device to say the least. While it shared some design from the LG G4, it was also a bit more rugged. It also has two front-facing cameras – like the LG G5, one is a wide-angle camera and the other is your standard angle. It also featured two displays, with the second one being more of a "ticker" display at the top of the phone. A lot of users really loved the LG V10, partially because it was a larger phone than the LG G4, and it was something different as well. Not to mention the manual video controls that were included with this smartphone.
Now that the LG G5 is out and is the one that everyone wants, the V10 has started to see it's price go down. We have here a refurbished LG V10 that is on sale for just $349. That's about $150 less than a brand new LG V10 from eBay. Making it a pretty good deal, if you don't mind having a refurbished unit. The LG V10 is a Verizon variant, but it is unlocked. Which means you can use it on AT&T and T-Mobile without much of an issue. It's only available in black, at the time of writing this, however.