The V10 runs an LG-skinned version of Android 5.1 Lollipop. While many people are not fans of the LG-skinned OS, I really had no issue with it and quite honestly if it was an issue it would be remedied by a third party OS skin. The OS leverages the fingerprint scan effectively and can store up to four fingerprints which not only will allow access to the phone but also quick memos and pictures. Android Pay users will enjoy an extra layer of security with the fingerprint scanner.
Overall, the LG software ran smoothly and had very few hiccups when pushed to the limit.
When it comes to music, one of the biggest things that impressed me with the V10 was how it handled audio and the reason I say this is because this handset comes equipped with a 32 bit Hi-Fi DAC which is capable of playing lossless formats such as FLAC, WAV, ALAC, etc. The DAC also provides auto gain control and audio fine tuning which will make both onboard music and streaming music sound amazing.