Planning to buy LG V20. I also have the following options:
Samsung S7 Edge
Samsung Galaxy Note 5
Also, is that Boot Loop a problem being faced in V20 too? What are drawbacks of the phone?
This is the best smartphone on the market
Large screen with large resolution
VERY GOOD BATERIE LIFE
Audio DAC 32bit
I can't find anything kkkkk
aldolikesphones, 20 Jul 2017ABSOLUTELY LOVE THIS PHONE
Screen Is Crisp, Removable battery/ I have a Zerolemon 10,000 ml... moreCan you tell me if with Zerolemon attached the case becomes weak and if it are pocketable ?
Thanks in advance.
ABSOLUTELY LOVE THIS PHONE
Screen Is Crisp, Removable battery/ I have a Zerolemon 10,000 mlp battery on it.
Nova Launcher on top of it.
love the wide angle camera. GET THIS PHONE IF YOU WANT IT.
you'll save money and be happy. Get a warranty if you are scared it might bust on you.
I have phone insurance with Tmobile incase anything where to happen to it. I read all the reviews about the speaker messing up before buying it, but I have had no problems.
GrazzaD, 14 Jul 2017We're still on the February security patch- 6 months old! Come on LG....Me too, April Security Patch. Signal, LCD and presentation.
im using this phone since 2 mnths. and its really gud and quick charging battery and cameras a really gr8.. and there s no heating or any prblm n my v20 .. i simply luved it 😄
-_+, 13 Jul 2017such a beautiful specs, nice and decent ones, but UGGLY AS HELL!!Need to get your eyes checked
It is so sad, that they have removed the rear volume rocker buttons.
Damn it.. This is the main feature I'm probably going to stick to my G3 for a long time..
Can someone tell me if apart of V10 another model brings secondary display, SD card, removable battery, NFC, FM radio, IR blaster, top levels of audio recording and video recording and playback, plus QUAD DAC. ? May I had been a wrong purchase.
Security Patch, heard its seeding, with GSM stating version no's, still no traces since month. V30 No Amoled but Oled one, in between!
We're still on the February security patch- 6 months old! Come on LG....
Anonymous, 12 Jul 2017If they wanted they could easily make an official standard for reversible USB-A. But they want... moreWhy though? When you can do that AND create a smaller, universal standard and drop your archaic multi-standard line-up while still having backwards capability support for it? Why would any company, or consumer not want the newer, easier to use standard, that is technically safer, and more hassle free (USB-C AFTER it was regulated better), with the added benefit of auto-negotiating pin-outs, Smarter controllers, and more headroom for future versions?
USB-A and B are compatible to USB 3.1 Gen 1 which is still pretty new...with 5Gbs data rates and 5W power outputs, it isn't bad. USB-C helms USB 3.1 Gen 2 because of the wattage boost, 100W can fry internals if the polarity is wrong, and with USB-A and B, that can happen...C...there's much more safety measures in place.
Your argument is similar to if you have an EDGE phone, and complain when your provider drops EDGE services in favor of 4G/5G, making you have to upgrade....except in this case, the provider leaves backwards compatibility, and only leaves you with a need to buy a $5 adapter.
Are advisable tempered glass screen protection reaching the grade 9 at the Moos scale, but the most important, thicker than the ordinary tempered glasses, protecting non only scratches, but heavy impacts.
-_+, 13 Jul 2017such a beautiful specs, nice and decent ones, but UGGLY AS HELL!!Well you can do one thing at a time.. Use it by it's screen or stare at it's back.... Do decide urself for what one buys the phone...
And if it is for show off only... Then better get a expansive diamond... Hold it in hand and wander...
Anonymous, 12 Jul 2017Also, reversible USB-A connectors could not pass certification, they were third party uncertif... moreIf they wanted they could easily make an official standard for reversible USB-A. But they wanted to push Type C without any useful benefit to sell new products, resell the old accessories with new connector. There are a lot of devices with Type-C connector without 3.1 standard.
Anonymous, 12 Jul 2017What you are failing to realize, is that USB-C was/is the only current connector that is utili... moreAnd that's the manufacturers fault if they don't make products with USB-A and 3.1.
The problems that you have mentioned are not proven, otherwise nobody would say that USB-A and B are compatible with 3.1.
Anonymous, 12 Jul 2017You don't even know what USB-C is, just making yourself look bad. The USB-C and USB 3.1 are tw... moreAlso, reversible USB-A connectors could not pass certification, they were third party uncertified connectors. This is due to the risks of shorting out the open pin layouts, the centered pin tab in the ends were bending to match either way of entering the port, and the side that did not connect, had open pins, which if near or touching any other part of the port would short, and send 5VDC somewhere it wasn't meant to go.