The LG V10 has a second screen.
It's actually right up here.
I'm Jessica Dolcourt from CNET here at the launch event in New York and I'm going to show you how to use it.
What LG is calling it's second screen is actually just a little strip right here on the very top of the phone.
This is where you can access information both when the screen is off you can access the short cuts from any screen so if your say in the camera app or gallery you can quickly switch over to anything that you have in this bar like Gmail for example when the screen is off your pretty much just going to see the date and time you'll also get a little badge in the upper left.
Corner if you've got any mail or messages waiting for you.
You can also slide the top and open up things like the flashlight or camera.
So a lot of customizations you can make by going into the setting, you can determine how the secondary screen behaves when the screen is on and when the screen is off.
So you can your own apps for request you can add the music player, a calendar icon And, even people.
When you open up a contact, you'll have the option of either calling them or texting.
For even more information on the LG V10, including the new camera features, make sure you check out cnet.com.
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