waterproofing is never really water-proof to the extent one doesn't have to worry about the phone in water it is just a gimmick... instead of removable battery LG can make an option for people to easily maintain the phone at home with a screwdriver exchange a battery if needed, no reason for fancy brittle glass back which will have to be covered with a case, instead the phone should be made strong.
large 6.2 inch screen size sounds great!
keep the fantastic audio recording microphones from the V20
Calli, 17 Jun 2017Phone looks good but it will be same thing again, mediocre battery life where lg all the time ... moreThat battery life is do to how much power they put into those LCD displays. They push them to their limits to be as good as OLED, but sadly battery life suffers because of it. With the new OLED displays, they'll save a ton of battery life.
Confirmed spec. till now
6.2 inch Oled
PLZ PLZ PLZ LG donot remove IR blaster we need it so much PLZ PLZ PLZ
Anonymous, 31 May 2017That means 90% of phones are garbage shitsSo Galaxy S8 , iPhone 7 , Pixel etc all are garbages?
Phone looks good but it will be same thing again, mediocre battery life where lg all the time loses.. Someone must teach them, without good battery life lg can't sell flagships well.. Keep up crap batteries lg.
MickeyD, 15 Jun 2017The issue with replaceable battery (which I LOVE LG V10 owner here with 3 spare batteries) is ... morethe actual reasoning that it would be "cost prohibitive" to seal batteries is not because the IP rating...it to bring the consumer in to pay extra money for repairs...for new batteries (if supported..some are hardwired or glued to the device)...and planned obsolescence, as the battery is normally, the first component to begin failing.
Now, if graphene batteries take off, (they're prototyping), we can see 7 times capacity and 7 times longevity, which would meet most consumer needs in 1 battery.
Anonymous, 16 Jun 2017...Rubber seals, with a similar mechanism as the V20. Done...almost 0 cost. the "Fiscal Impo... moreI will admit that a higher rating may be slightly more difficult. However, nowhere near impossible to achieve with removable battery...
MickeyD, 15 Jun 2017The issue with replaceable battery (which I LOVE LG V10 owner here with 3 spare batteries) is ... more...Rubber seals, with a similar mechanism as the V20. Done...almost 0 cost. the "Fiscal Impossibility" is a marketing term, and amounts to nothing actually...
Kyliathy, 14 Jun 2017If LG puts a replaceable battery on this one, I'm almost determined to buy two. Why? Because I... moreThe issue with replaceable battery (which I LOVE LG V10 owner here with 3 spare batteries) is to make the phone water resistant/proof would be cost prohibitive. So it is either water proof/resistant or removable battery. Perhaps in the future doing both will cost less but mean time it is one or the other. :-(
Anonymous, 14 Jun 2017The top section of the screen (below 2nd display) isnt curved causing the main display to look... moreI was sent email to the mother company in korea,just to tell them to NOT remove IR port,which is main feature for me...
I hope they listen to us..
The top section of the screen (below 2nd display) isnt curved causing the main display to look assymentrical. The selfie cam in the centre looks good but may not be practical if one is going to be using the secondary display (now split in 2). Thats my only issue.
Removable batteries are safer/ more convenient but no company wants to do it anymore SO BE IT. OLEDs are replacing LCDs so again SO BE IT. Just hope they keep the IR blaster and FM radio which is one the main reasons I buy LG flagships. If not well SBI!!!
If LG puts a replaceable battery on this one, I'm almost determined to buy two. Why? Because I fear this might be the last non-consumerist pro-environment flagship phone on the planet. Companies are determined to force us to change phones every 2 years. I strongly disagree. My Galaxy Note 3 is an amazing phone and thanks to the replaceable battery I can use it at least one more year :).
6.2 inch.....wooooow specially if it will be Oled QHD+
Really i want strong speaker and New sensor for IR port..
Big battery with QC 4.0 will be more than dream..
Also 128gb storage with this huge phablet will be ok..
Plz LG we want solid phablet more than flagship
I buy it if battery is removable other wise throw it to the garbage
ALGERIA.CONSTANTINE, 13 Jun 2017g6 have ubtade to 32bit Both are 32-bit ESS 9218 DACs, the G6's (only in S. Korea) is the ESS 9218+...with the + simply meaning a more clarity driven tuning (better treble, but less bass)
Where is the claim that the V30 will come out without a removable battery coming from? I see no credible rumor anywhere on the internet.
The removable battery is one of the defining elements of LG's V series. Take away enough of the defining elements, and LG has to compete with Samsung on price. Why would they do such a silly thing? Samsung has the economy of scale. And Samsung manufactures the necessary Snapdragon chip. Trust me, LG doesn't want to compete with Samsung on price. And that means offering a unique product that the Samsung is too lazy or otherwise unwilling to compete against. That product is the V series.
The big selling points for me for the v20 were the outstanding ess DAC and headphone amplifier, expandable memory, removable battery, quality camera, and IR blaster (in that order). I regularly use my phone as an audio device using my own 24bit audio files. The phone allows for the use of high impedance headphones and has a good audio out performance. This is something you do not find on any other phone...period. If they keep this up I will likely continue using their phones. Audio performance is hands down better than any phone I have ever used. I would not ever consider buying a phone without an audio out jack. Dongles don't cut it. I know my use does not match those of many others, but that is what I like about LG phones (at least the V series).
Anonymous, 08 Jun 2017you've gotta back up that bold claim with reasons.It comes down to personal preference. OLED displays can seem to have overblown colors, with IPS being more true to life. OLEDs are normally more expensive. IPS has on average a much longer screen life. IPS also suffers (on average) less than OLED in image retention or burn in.
OLED has better viewing angles. OLED is more power efficient. Some people like the punchy overblown colors. OLED has a much faster average screen response time (0.1ms vs IPS' up to 4ms).
Some manufacturers have utilized Advanced IPS tech to really close the energy and contrast gaps between the display types...