Super phone i ever seen and the Dolby vision is simply awesome.overall a beast
harikurisseril, 20 Apr 2017The only problem with LG is that the screen is LCD...LCD is not the problem, it's one of the best mobile phone screens, why people always read instead of go to see more?
Like a G6 :v, 12 Apr 2017Sorry, but Samsung S8 will have worse battery life and endurance than G6. LOLI dont think so. LG, in the past years, though having a decent amount of battery, still failed to establish its ground when its comes to battery endurance. Why? Because they have poor optimisation on their software in connection with the power consumption. Samsung, in the past years, though with small to decent amount of battery, really shined i dont know the reason but my experience tells me so. And btw, LG's so freaking bad in real-time speed tests, maybe this G6 would be fairly competitive with the samsung galaxy s7/s7 edge. But not with s8/s8plus brother you know that
PizzaMan79, 11 Apr 2017For me the LG V20 is still the ultimate phone by far. The second screen is so useful in practi... moreyou are so right! love my v20 as well. it's so solid in all ways. pops up above the bunch same-ish phones
Anonymous, 02 Apr 2017All looks good, except battery life. Capacity actually better than s8 offer, but i believe s8... moreSorry, but Samsung S8 will have worse battery life and endurance than G6. LOL
For me the LG V20 is still the ultimate phone by far. The second screen is so useful in practice, as is the wide angle camera. The quad dac and b&o headset are nice to have, but the killer feature for me is replaceable batteries. When i'm running low, i just pop in a new battery and i'm good to go again. Also: LG does fingerprint readers right. It always just works on my V20.
All looks good, except battery life.
Capacity actually better than s8 offer, but i believe s8 bring better battery performance
Am goin to buy bcoz 1. Its cheap 2.love lg ui,very customiza.. 3.Li-Po battery.
I waited for 4yrs since lg g2 released and now its a right time to upgrade. Stuffs like camera, water proof, finger print sensor e.t.c are the least important to me i only buy a smartphone 4 net internet services
I am so tired of these damn manufacturers putting in these tiny ass batteries n talkin stupidity buh rapid charge it's sickening
A great phone to pick up when it gets to $299. At full retail, no thank you.
JeffSF, 23 Mar 2017Can't say they're truly innovating, but yes, they're cheaper with nice specs.
I do have one X... moreMi Mix is trully innovative. It has features nobody else had at the time and nobody else has to this day.
Highest body to screen ratio ever
Bone conducting earpiece
ultrasonic proximity sensor
full ceramic body with 18k gold rims around the camera and fingertip sensor
Oppo keeps making phones with selfie cams as advanced as back cams. Also the only company to literally use the back cam as a selfie cam (via an active mechanism)
ZTE with the functional side bezels (I.E volume is going up or down when you rub the bezels)
Only the Koreans have added as many features lately (LG's friends, Samsung's unique features). But unlike Koreans a lot of them are actually useful.
All is well with LG. Hope G6 will be a trendsetter, unlike S8 with a odd flat fingerprint sensor, which could have been either oblongated ellipse or rather round to facilitate smooth scanning.
The Only Drawback of LG Devices is the Odd English Language they use in the UI.
For Instance: Instead of "All Open Apps will be Shown Here", in the Recent Apps; it says "All Open App Show Here".
Other features of Hardware are Nearly Cutting Edge, Including Design.
Anonymous, 20 Mar 2017Now it's not, look at chinese phones. The Mecca of innovation has simply moved elsewhere in th... moreCan't say they're truly innovating, but yes, they're cheaper with nice specs.
I do have one Xiaomi 3s and I'm pretty much sastisfied with it, although, like a said, camera is average.
Aside the cameras, I must recognize that 'everything else' have developed from early years.
Now, talking specifically on the camera part, like a said, I haven't seem much improvement in quality (i.e. at the pixel level) from the old 808. There are tricks here and there with two cameras in most of the flagships doing different things (i.e. detph of field, wide, etc), but when we look at the pixel level, there's no improvement, and you may say that this is not relevant for most of the people, which I agree, but this is important for me, so this is a very personal comment from my end.