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LG V10 Giveaway

LG is giving away the LG V10 to U.S. fans

The LG V10 is one of the company’s most innovative launches in the past few years and a big competitor to Samung’s Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 Edge. Popularity of the LG V10 isn’t tha widespread yet, but LG is going to change that by giving away three free LG V10 units to three lucky fans of the company.

Be aware, the LG V10 giveaway is only for U.S. customers above the age of 18. We hope the company launches similar campaigns in other parts of the world,too, so be on the lookout. In order to participate in the LG V10 raffle, you will have to follow the Twitter account of LG Mobile USA and retweet the contest entry tweet by October 28 11:59pm EDT.

It’s pretty easy to participate, so go ahead for your shot to win one of these unique phones. The LG V10 comes with a massive 5.7-inch QHD display complimented by a smaller 2.1-inch 160*1040 resolution secondary dislay that can be used to show notifications, time, widgets, settings or shortcuts.

The LG V10 aims to compete against Samsung’s new beast phablets and it does so with style. Although it doesn’t have a metal design, it does have obvious benefits. The LG V10 specs include a Snapdragon 808 SoC (the same as on the LG G4), 4 GB RAM, 64 GB internal storage and a microSD Card slot capable to hold up 2 TB of extra storage.

The LG V10 camera is also impressive, sporting a 16MP sensonr on the rear complete with optical image stabilization and LED flash. On the front, things become quite interesting, as the LG V10 comes with dual front-facing 5 MP cameras. Everything is topped off by a large 3000 mAh battery, Gorilla Glass 4 on the screen, a fingerprint sensor on the rear, shock-resistant certification (MIL-STD-810G) and Android 5.1.1 Lollipop.

Now is your chance to get one of these beasts for free, seeing as the LG V10 price is a bit high at $800. That’s pretty hefty, but the phone is certainly capable of paying for itself. The LG V10 is one of the most interesting devices launched this year and we’re curious to see what you guys think about it. Want?

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About Mark Judge

Tech Editor with lots of experience with PC hardware components, iOS and Windows-based mobile devices, and love keeping myself up-to-date with any developments in the industry, which I make my job in sharing with you, our readers.

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