Rear-seated controls turn the phone on and off.
Here it is in the light blue shade.
A silicone coating helps resist abrasions.
Scan your bio-credentials on the power button.
Both shoot 5-megapixel images, but one is wider-angle to gather up your group.
Capacitive buttons take you back, home and task-switch.
Charge your phone here.
The textured backing comes in white, blue and black.
Let's take a look at the native camera app.
As soon as you're done shooting, a button prompts you to share your memory.
The list expands to include a range of services, including apps, email and Bluetooth.
New here is manual mode, which contains finer controls for white balance and focus.
You'll be able to pick which of the two selfie cams to use.
Three stills and videos go into this sort of auto-collage.
Neat! LG added a meter for viewing audio levels while recording video.
This test photo looks nice from the V10's 13-megapixel camera.
Now let's take a look at the slim secondary screen at the phone's upper edge.
It sits in the black bar up top.
When the screen is off, you can still see the date, time and icons for awaiting messages.
Swipe to access a few more tools, like the flashlight and camera.
No matter which screen you're on, you can open favorite apps through these shortcuts.
Personalize and manage your apps through this menu.
One way to open settings? Just a tap.
Drag and drop to remove icons from this bar as well.
Here's another look.
You can also add shortcuts to people.
Add from your address book.
Look at the top strip and you can see icons for your friends.
If you have upcoming events, you can swipe the screen up top to see them.
Snap open your organizer from the second screen.
Back to the V10's look, you can see the metal rim. It isn't aluminum like most; it's stainless steel.
I'm digging this different shade of blue, which you don't see often.
This cover makes use of the phone's second screen.
Here's a closer peek at what you can peek.
This case sandwiches the V10.
Blue phone, white case.