We’ve got to admit it, we had a completely different script in mind for this unboxing, but then again, instead of the phone… we got… well, see for yourself in the video below. Never was I so unprepared for an unboxing and never was a box so hard to open. And, of course, we never got a phone for review, in a crate. Let’s crack this open, literally.

In all seriousness, if the LG G4, the V10’s flagship predecessor, was all about the looks on the outside, the V10 focuses on on durability, with a stainless steel frame and a damage resistant silicon back. It’s not an upgrade, but a different approach. The upgrades are on the inside, where, processor, memory, main camera, and battery aside, the V10 takes everything to a new level.

We’re looking at the box, the phone, and that fancy secondary screen, in our LG V10 unboxing, which also marks the start of our coverage, ending with the review, where we hope you’ll find an important answer: is the LG V10 worthy of a spot in your Holiday smartphone shopping list?

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