Now the trend for ticker displays are increasing as more and more phone manufacturers are coming up with their own device with ticker displays and now it is apparently LG’s turn as China’s TENAA just recently tested the V10, which allegedly has a ticker display at the top.
As you can clearly see in the picture, the camera is moved to the far left on the top of the screen rather than beside the earpiece which is the usual placement location for most smartphones. We are actually not really clear how the ticker display would work for this device but you most likely will be able to turn on the ticker without turning on the main screen.
There is not much else about the V10, just that it is claimed that it will more powerful than even the G4 and will be reportedly fitted with a large 5.7-inch Quad HD display with 64GB expandable storage on top of the G4’s processor, RAM and cameras. If the allegations are accurate, this phone might just up LG’s market share. The device may start shipping as soon as November this year.
[source : Engadget]