We're expecting the X screen to cost between £300 and £400.Back in October we were excited about the prospect of the dual-screen V10 arriving in the UK.Putting the focus back on the camera though, and on the back the main 13MP snapper is joined by a 5MP wide-angle lens allowing you to get more in your shots, although you will sacrifice image quality.
With much attention focused on the flagship launches for 2016 - the Samsung Galaxy S7 and LG G5 to name but two - it's easy to overlook what else is on offer.
LG is keen to have a range of phones with prices that will attract buyers looking for top-end features in a phone that doesn't cost top-end money.
This could irk some Android fans, but LG's done a good job with its overlay and it feels fresh and clean.
It also performed smoothly, and with an octa-core processor and 2GB of RAM under the hood there's more than enough power for most smartphone based activities.
Shutter speed was reasonable, and the images I snapped on the LG booth looked pretty good, but they're not as polished as those from the LG G5.