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Your LG V10 phone you’re selling to a buyback store was launched in October 2015. When visually identifying the device, remove any protective case and check the back of the phone for the V10 logo in the bottom right corner. That’s it!
To go into a little more detail on the design regardless of the name, the LG V10’s build was a plastic back and stainless steel sides. It had a touchscreen display rendering a resolution of 1440 pixels x 2560 pixels on a 5.7 inch display.
The LG V10 was a single SIM phone that would accept the Micro SIM format of SIM card, as well as having a MicroSD card port. The device it’s was unlockable via a rear mounted fingerprint scanner, camera wise it had a dual 5 megapixel selfie camera and a 16 megapixel rear primary camera above the finger scanner.
The LG V10 you’re trading in runs on a hexa-core processor and 4GB RAM. The internal storage sizes available for the V10 were 32GB and 64GB, so make sure to select the right one when selling your LG V10 to get accurate pricing (only if the options are available above of course)
The LG V10 was an odd phone launching in October 2015. Partly due to the second screen which was a small slit next to the dual 5MP cameras at the front. This gimmick screen and the wide angle selfies were probably the highlights of the phone along with having a battery you can replace easily. Price tag was way too high for a flagship with the average chipset this LG V10 had.