Rolling through a supercut of
advertising history of TV, telephones, and1960's marketing.
The following trailer has been rated: Life's Good by LG
Urbane 2nd Edition in SUPER DRAMATIC fashion
Urbane 2nd Edition is the first LTE-enabled Android Wear smartwatch.
So you can use it to make sneaky phone calls in the middle of your art theft criminal sting.
Frank Lee, LG Director of Communications and Account Marketing up.
"We've seen more and more movement from photos to videos"
Customers are demanding more and we're giving them more.
LG G Watch Urbane 2nd Edition LTE. That's the name.
Say it three times fast, I dare you.
And now we're on the the LG V10. That was quick
In has a silicone design with a stainless steel frame.
A removable 3000mAh battery and microSD slot.
Fingerprint scanner built into the rear-mounted power button.
That steel-and-silicon frame makes this phone durable, "military durable" they say.
"Steady Record" makes for smooth video
Manual video controls, which include aperture, focus, shutter speed, color balance, etc.
The quick video editor lets you... quickly edit videos.
More interesting is the second screen, however.
It sits OVER the main screen (more on that later)
The front camera is actually TWO cameras.
One at a standard 80° and a second at a wider 120°
You can use those two plus the rear camera to take close, wide, and rear collage photos.
The microphones are directional and have wind noise filtering
There's a "Shot on LG V10" badge on the bottom of this video, demonstrating how impressive the videos can be... assuming you've got the skills to use the manual camera plus some rigging for these ultra smooth pans and a good sense of framing, space, and editing.
Anyway, there's also a 15-second video option that analyzes longer videos for the visually-interesting parts.
And a quick-share menu to make it even faster to get your photos and videos online.
The LG V10 is the first of a new V series from LG
Where the G series is about consumption, the V series is about creation.
"The V10 is a signal towards a new engaging experience", says Lee
Dropping your phone is not a good feeling
Dura Guard is their silicone backing.
It survived drop tests from 4 feet onto concrete and plywood from 27 different angles, meeting military durability specifications.
But this thing certainly doesn't look or feel like a mil-spec device.
Stainless steel costs more than aluminum, but it's far stronger
And it's got a microSD card slot, supporting up to 2TB of storage (though the largest microSD card you can find today is 1/10th that)