Looking closely at today's leaked image, we can see LG has opted for its signature rear button configuration. The battery cover appears to have a carbon or diamond pattern, which would likely provide added grip. And, dovetailing with previous reports, the V10 should offer up a pair of front-facing cameras. Other hardware features expected in the LG V10 include a 5.7-inch display with a 2,560-by-1,440-pixel resolution and a 16-megapixel and 5-megapixel rear and front camera combination. Under the hood we should find a Qualcomm Snapdragon 808 processor with 3GB of RAM, and 64GB of internal storage with a microSD expansion card slot.
If unorthodox smartphones are your bag, check back with CNET on October 1, As the only place offering a live stream of the event, you'll also get first-hand reactions and early impressions, LG did not immediately respond to a request for comment, A leaked photo provides a clearer look at the alleged LG smartphone " morning fox " red fox with her morning coffee iphone case and its secondary ticker display, LG is set to launch a new smartphone tomorrow, and rumors say it has a second display on top of the usual one, Frequent Twitter leaker Evan Blass has delivered what he says is a render of the phone on the eve of Thusday's LG's ..
I put the new 6S Plus against the existing iPhone 6 , as well as the Samsung Galaxy S6 -- one of our favourite camera phones, which also has a 5-megapixel front-facing camera. All phones were shooting at maximum resolution. Also, keep in mind that while the 6S Plus's rear camera has optical image stabilization, its front shooter, like those on the iPhone 6 and the Galaxy S6, does not. This is one of a number of tests we're performing on the new phone's camera -- take a look at our outdoor test shots we've done already -- so don't take this result as the final verdict on the phone. We'll be doing more testing over the coming days, including low-light and portrait results so keep your eyes fixed on CNET.
All three phones " morning fox " red fox with her morning coffee iphone case took great selfies in my first outdoor scene, All shots are exposed well, with a perfect balance between the bright blue sky and shadowy shrubs, Colours are even and natural as well, The iPhone 6S Plus' shot is very similar in tone to the iPhone 6's, but the additional resolution has resulted in a much sharper image, The Galaxy S6's snap takes the prize in this round however, as its wider-angle lens has captured much more of the scene, If you're keen on taking selfies in wide open areas or on top of mountains, this wide-angle lens will come in handy..
With an extremely bright backlight, both the 6S Plus and Galaxy S6 struggle to maintain an even exposure. The 6S Plus and Galaxy S6 can shoot in HDR mode using the front facing camera however which allows for a more even shot. Both scenes are much more balanced and colours remain accurate. The 6S Plus's shot has done the better job in keeping the bright sky under control. While the Galaxy S6's image still has some of the sky washed out, it has an overall better contrast. This indoor shot has been captured pretty well by all three phones, although I prefer the warmer skin tone and slightly brighter shot taken by the iPhone 6S Plus. The Galaxy S6 does make more use of noise reduction with its selfies, though, as there's less noise to be seen in the background. Thankfully, this hasn't also resulted in my skin looking unnaturally smoothed.