While fast, the LG V10’s autofocus tends to hunt even after acquiring focus. While the V10 lets you tap to focus in the Simple and Auto modes, it omits the ability to adjust brightness settings. You’ll have to be in Manual mode to do so.
The V10’s Manual mode is fully manual, which is more difficult to use. You can’t set the Auto ISO in Manual, so when you change shutter speed, you’ll also need to shift ISO to compensate, and vice versa. Otherwise, the V10’s manual UI is better than the Note 5’s in all ways. It also has the most advanced video mode among the smartphones.