Amidst the Samsung Gear S2 madness, a mysterious LG handset was discovered passing through TENAA (China’s equivalent to the FCC). Going by the model number LG-H968, the phone — which carries a “V10” branding clearly printed on the back — looks like what you’d typically find from an LG handset, only there’s one small oddity…
The front facing camera is placed in a very strange location, leading some to believe that it’s actually located physically underneath the display. Now, we’re not sure how something like that would even work, but @evleaks has another idea: it’s actually located alongside a secondary display. You know, like that weird Samsung Continuum from awhile back.
Now, the TENAA certification didn’t reveal any hardware details, but according to Blass, this LG V10 will feature a 5.7-inch display, Snapdragon 808 processor, 16MP/5MP cameras, micro SD card slot, integrated fingerprint scanner, and that auxiliary (secondary) display we talked about earlier.
Now, you’ve probably read elsewhere that this is the LG G4 Note/Pro, but it’s reportedly a different fish altogether. As far as a launch date, he says it could arrive sometime in October. We have to admit, it’s quite the looker.