LG V10 is supposed to be some sort of dual-screen smartphone and, thanks to the eternally vigilant @evleaks, we can now see a render of the device, just ahead of its official unveiling on October 1st. This new image shows us the front of the device with a small glimpse at the secondary “auxiliary ticker display” on top of the main screen.
The secondary display is filled with five app shortcuts: camera, messages, contacts and gallery included. You can also spot two sensors just besides the secondary display. The speaker grille and sensors are placed above the secondary display. The device hints at on-screen buttons as we can see no physical buttons near the LG logo below the touchscreen.
This auxiliary ticker display for the LG V10 is said to be able to be used as an RSS feed update announcer or a secondary notification device within a device. This is all still a little fuzzy and we will have to wait for the official unveiling of LG’s newest creation to be sure what this secondary display within a display is all about. We’ll keep you posted!
UPDATE: now we can even be amazed by the awesome teaser for the double display thingy: