MirzaSohail, 14 Oct 2016After Note 7 tragic crash i short listed these devices S7 edge,Iphone 7+,LG v20 and Huawei p9+... moreI am also a note 7 user. I also considered getting a iPhone 7 until I done a comparison of the Lg V20 and the iPhone 7. The Lg V20 seems like a way better deal. If you are anything like myself who talk and do everything from your phone the battery life will be so much better with the Lg. Plus you can buy a spare battery and spare battery charger for the Lg to swap out in case one battery goes dead. I will be getting this one. I thought about getting the Pixel XL by Google but you can't replace that battery. plus all the 128gb phones are sold out for pre-order. Only 32gb available. I heard it will be a good phone. But samsung really messed my head up with these batteries. This will be my second exchange.
After Note 7 tragic crash i short listed these devices S7 edge,Iphone 7+,LG v20 and Huawei p9+. Plz advise me which one I should go for.Note 7 was my get n go option but now I have above options,I using Android for years now but never been on iOS platform.But this time I am seriously thinking to try Iphone but there are some serious reservations for me like there is no head phone jack, no sd card support etc...I know Apple has brand value n resale value too.well I am really a heavy user currently owns Note5.
Just need fair n justified Advice...
I am leaving the note 7 as well... I'm thinking of the LG V20 but have you guys heard of the OnePlus 3 what do you guys think of this phone?
sean8102, 12 Oct 2016Gonna be the replacement for my Note 7. Can't wait!What about a phone called the OnePlus 3?
bigboy4eva, 13 Oct 2016I will be keeping my replacement Note 7 i have no issues, i didnt have any issues with the fir... moreAny updates don't look promising, as Samsung will likely drop all support for the Note 7. Unsure if they will even push the update to charge back to 100%, as it becomes a safety concern if they do.
bigboy4eva, 13 Oct 2016I will be keeping my replacement Note 7 i have no issues, i didnt have any issues with the fir... moreWell, you might not have a problem right now, but if Samsung recalls every unit that means there is a change it will blow up in your face.
Anonymous, 12 Oct 2016is this thing waterproof, or at least water resistant?No but the battery is removable, put it in a jar of rice if it gets wet
I m not very interested about the note,can someone says something about the pros & cons of v20.
I getting bore here nothing related to v20.
I will be keeping my replacement Note 7 i have no issues, i didnt have any issues with the first one either, it only got annoying when they pushed an update so that it can only charge to 60%. Now this LG is looking very sweet and its the device i will go for, unfortunatley i am not sure what will happen to firmware updates etc for the note 7 since they have permenantly stopped production. i look forward to the LG its the only phone i can see as a replacement for the mighty note 7
Well I am in the same boat with the other Note 7 users. This will be my next phone as soon as it is available. This will be my second time returning the Note 7. Very frustrating. So I did some online searching for a phone that may be closer to the Note 7 and this is what I found and the Pixel XL by Google. But I like the LG better. What I like about this one most is the removable battery LOL!! I had Note Edge before the Note 7. I pray my Note 7 can hold out until then. When my battery get low I charge it back up to 100% and take it off the charger. I haven't had any issues with it over heating so hopefully it will be OK until the LG is released at AT&T. To all the Note 7 users...let's hope this one will work out for us all with no issues. We all been through enough already. Finger crossed!
Savor , 12 Oct 2016After the Note7 debacle and its quick demise, V20 has now become the true hero phone for Andro... moreLOL ... i guess after being a dedicated Samsung customer. LG has now won me over!! after waiting forever for the NOTE 7 to come out and now going through 2 of them. I am officially done with them.. Goodbye Samsung .... Hello LG!! :)
Anonymous, 12 Oct 2016is this thing waterproof, or at least water resistant?Well it maybe can handle rain because of the mil std 810g
After the Note7 debacle and its quick demise, V20 has now become the true hero phone for Android users who don't want any part of Apple's planned obsolescence with forced upon software updates and non-removable battery.
V20 is now 2016's savior for Android lovers.
sean8102, 12 Oct 2016Gonna be the replacement for my Note 7. Can't wait!This might be my replacement for my Note 7. I had the LG G4 and hated how it got so hot while charging. Also, after it was updated to Marshmallow it became the worse phone I have ever owned......I am still on the fence. My wife has the V10 and it is a love/hate relationship for her.