Rumor: LG releasing a telephone with a secondary 'ticker' show
LG is launching a telephone with a small auxiliary “ticker” show above the primary display, based on Evan Blass (@evleaks) and photographs from Chinese language regulator Tenaa. Which may sound weird, nevertheless it was truly used earlier than on Samsung’s Continuum, a 2010 Galaxy S Verizon variant. It is a uncommon concept for a contemporary telephone, nevertheless, particularly one which sounds (and appears) fairly respectable. Based on Blass, the system — reportedly referred to as the “V10″ — may have a 5.7-inch 2,560 x 1,440 display, Snapdragon 808 CPU, 3GB reminiscence, sixteen-megapixel rear/5-megapixel entrance cameras, expandable reminiscence and a again fingerprint scanner.
We’re unsure what LG will placed on the ticker — maybe some sort of launcher like Samsung makes use of on the curved sides of the Galaxy Observe Edge. Whereas the telephone has a detachable-wanting plastic again, the body itself seems to be metallic, based on the Tenaa pictures (which have since been pulled). Offered all this information is right, we should always see the handset imminently, provided that it is cleared the regulatory hurdle. With the twin-sim setup proven within the Tenaa itemizing, there is no assure it’s going to come to North America or Europe, nevertheless.